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Full text of "Charity Hospital Report 1889"

REPORT 



nv Till-: 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 



IIK THE 



Charity Hospital, 



J'n THE 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



HV IM1C 



State of Louisiana 



-»188i).»- 



NEW ORLEANS: 
A. \V. llviri.'-nTi"Mi: i\n I'm Ml i:, : : CAMP Hi WHO, 
IS'-- 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

Marble Tabtet ba Main Hull ,,r Hospital * 

Koord ..i Administrators J 

hilliuice Committee " "" 

House c mittee !.'."! "' i 

Kxamiuing Committee..!. 7 

Hospital Officers * 

attorney. ■* 

Resident Students".!".! . "* 

Visiting H\ 4 

Visiting Physician* ' 5 

Visiting Oculists and Auriste!! "' 5 

Visiting Dermatologist. '" ' B 

Vial ting Dentist., " " ' n 

Aiinual Reportof the Biiard'ofAdrntrdBt^ra!!:!.'.* j 

Report oi the Secretary and Treasurer " ' 

Keportoi the House Commit ' " , a 

Kepprtof the Finance Committee' ! 

Comparative Statement of Dl nte -"- \* 

SESiS! ' I ' [: ''''' i i''---M>i>..^;,;;;^!!!!!;;!:!!;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; g 

Vl!".!!!i , ,' :, . , '' , v ,, ' < ' ,, ' ,i, . ,,i,,, ' , ' ,,n 'i» ; iw"ri-v : ;"ii;Mk>.'!!!!!.'.':;;"" [f 

I'mui ^ P ^ rUUona '"" , 1)l, " ; " i '"^ to Ambulance Baldtag* 

Property oT&"Hospita) " -" 

Donations Acknowledged bv Sister' A™™ - 1 

Annual Report of the fiouaa SSSkn f* 

Report o* the Patholo. ial " - 7 

Dental Clinic — 

Wni.ulV.Vin." Si'-rviVv 5° 

! ;'-"'-;i^ iii.-c),ii-if. H .r i •«■!«, n i, ,..,'.v '.".'.".';.".'::::.';;;. 

HmmnJ£?S J [J > i ">r i S i . . ) Surgical Operations '.'.'.'. : 7 

nummary of Obstetric i •** 

Monthly Btatemei '" *' 

Comparative Tableau ' ••'■ •••■ •*- 

SSSSSSTB ^ fI ^'-^-'^;-":::c:::::;::::i:;:!!!::: g 

General Diseases ' "" 

ts '" • -J* 

Tumors * 48 

Diseases of the Nervous System ** 

Dseaaes of the < Uronlatory < tnrang •- ,| 

the Respiratory Oriraiis 

the Digestive Organs ' S 

Diseases of the Oenito-lTrinary OrganaT.'. -'- 

Venereal Diseases ••' 

l^^<--iiU,-y l ;uu\,-n r ^n^,r', iw»\ "i.V.V. !'- 

^^s& A asa. n r°- -=== 

Diseases of the Skin ' 

Toxic Diseasea ..." * Ml 

Diseases of the Eve!!!!!!!' ' '*' 

Diseases of ESarandXot l;| 

Loealptae. Injuries S 8 

Recapitulation ' 5:{ 

'•■'I Recapitulation! 

fcbleoi Admfeslona, Wacbarge*^b^ihs'to'pi%^ght YearZ! u 



MARBLE TABLET IN MAIN HALL OF HOSPITAL. 



TH B 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 

OP LOUISIANA, 
WAS FOUNDED IN THE YEAR 1786 

DON ANDRES ALMONASTEH V BOXAS, 

To whose gtnormis endowment, the tnminu-euor of the Legislature 
of thlfl State, and 11 the 

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 

The community Is indebted ror the means of erecting Lois ediftee, built In 

the yrar 

MECCCXXXII 

Bis Excellent 1 }* A. 15. iiimiiiii, being Governor nnd Ex-Offlolo President 
hi the Institution. 



To record which and iweribe hereon the nornci and aontri 
IU dbtttnguUhed bent/aetem, 

THIS TABLET HAS KEEN EHEVTEIK 



* l,IMkl (HI 

1,000 <mi 


86,000 00 

600 00 


no 

528 SO 

50Q (mi 

10,000 00 



.Stephen Heuderaon, 
* 'nllon Piv.-s |iroji'ty, 
EsHaiated, - - - •*1">,iiim> m 



Kin line Bore, - - - 
Holier! Cane, - - - 
J alien Poydraa, Real 
I-Nlule, Kstm't'd - 
Nancy Davenport, - 
Jaa. E. North, - - 
Eugene McCarthy, - 
K. <;. Taylor, - - 
Cuas. Schmidt, . - • 
John Borneide, - - 

Mrs. Cora Livingston Barton, who tiled some years n«o, left to the 11ns- 
pital i he ram of nil thousand dollars, to In' paid nut ol a dual to 
irozn the sale ol 'he property No. 751 Broadway, Not York, upon the death 
ol Julia Barton Html and the Bon, Carleton Bunt, who. In lie meantime, 
have the usufruct of said properly. 



It. Y. CI 1:1 mi bury, 
J tiles Cassard, 
Caroline E. SimiDS, 

( ha ll.it le Piflet, - 

Jean Ferrau, Ben I 

Estate. EstmVd 



1,000 no 
3,000 00 

1,800 00 

2,000 00 



Pierre Claade Samory, i,."><mi 00 



B0 IBD OF LDMLNISTRATOSS. 
ffraKwa i RAKCI8 T. NICHOLlfi, Ex-Ofticto Presidj 

Db. C. .1. BICKHAM, Vice-President. 
■'• Q- DEVEREUX, Dk. .1. II. WIENDAHL, 

,; W. L, .1. m. KELLER, 

W. Q. VINCENT, M. SCHWABACHER, 

II M.JIANI s. 



FI.XA \t i: COMMITTEE. 

.1. «i- DEVEREUX, Ch.uuvian. 
Q, W. BENTELL, M. SCHWABACHER. 



!lo Is/: COMMITTER 

w. ii. VINCENT, Chaibman. 
J. II. KELLER 



EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 

t>K. C. J, BICKHAM, Chairman, 
DR. J. II. WIENDAHL, Db, A. B. MILK-, 

Db, J. I>. BLOOM. 



ROSFITAL OFFICERS. 

I Hi. A. 15. MILKS, .... ||,„, , v 

Lit. .1. D. BLOOM, - . . Assistant Housj 

EDWIN MARK'S. .... Becbktaby and Tbeasubeb 

Db. n. D. BRTJNS, - . . Pathologist. 

JOHN JOHNSON, .... Chemist a»d Dbtjooiot 

J. C. DeMAHY, - - - . ,,., |;K , 

JOHN PONDER, .... Engmkeb. 



ATTORNEY. 

K. H. KAHKAl:. ESQ, 



RESIDENT STUDENTS, 

raOM APRtt, 1888, To Al'Htl., 1890. 

J. I'.SAIZAN, H. <■. BLACK, 

1{ * ] * Ay < C. Y. BROWNLEE 

— 11. K. WALKT. 

•Renldeui ttwtaita ua appointed b , . examination. 



PROM \n:ll.. L889, TO Al'lill.. I 

WM GBEER ARMSTRONG, H. S. COCHRAM, 

«. M. FORTIER W. W. HARPER 

E. D. MARTIN, W. E. PARKER, 

E 4 ROBIN *■ !) - SMYTH, 

E. A. kuulk, ^ ^ THIGPEN. 



VISITING 8VJRGE0N8. 
FBOM Ai'Kii.. 1889, TO OCTOBKR, 1888. 
If MATAP, M. D. GEO. B. LAWBASON, M !>. 

M* CHABSAIGNAC, M. D. W. S. BICKHAM, M. D. 

['.;. LAPLACE, M. D. .1- P. 8CHMITTLE, M. 1>. 

PBOM OCTOBER, 1889, Ti> Al'KIl,, lfcOO. 

BAMUEL LOGAN, M. 1>. EDMOND BOUCHON, M. D. 

P MICHINARD, M. I). R MATAS, M. !». 

w S BICKHAM, M, D. F. W. PARHAM, M. D. 

C 'cHASSAIGNAC, M. I>. J. F. SCHMITTLE, U. I> 



VISITING PHYSICIANS. 
rttoa Ai-iii. - oi tobeb, 1889. 

R H BAY. M. !). '■■ F - m-lYX Al'l). M. F>. 

I ' |, BEMISS, M. D. I'- H. BRICKELL, M. l>. 

C I SEEMAN, M. D. J. H. DeGRANGE, M. I>. 
j' N UHARBONNET, M.D. W. B. ECKHARDT, M. D. 
HV *BAYON, m. D. B. r. BORDE.M. D. 

*h'j tOHJBRCK, M. D. ALBERT ItOCQUET, M. D. 

1>. .1. McKENNA, M. D. 



PROM OCTOBER. !««'. '" Al-I:ll„ 1890. 

g E CHATLLE, M. D. JOSEPB JONES, M t>. 

,; b LEWIS, M. U. * -'N.>. B, ELLIOTT, M. h. 

P E ARCHINARD, M. D. J. T. DjbGRANGE, M. D. 

R U BOBDE, M. D. < '■ t- 6KKMAX, M. D. 

?*N CHARBONNET, M. D. J- H. BEMISS, It 1>. 
F H. BRICKELL, It D. ALBERT BOCQUET, K. D. 

HENRY BAYON, M. D. 



VISITING OCULISTS. 

PROM Ai'KU,, 1889, TO OOTOBBK, 1889. 

H D.BBUN8.M.D. Bt W.JONES, M. I). 

E. P. DAVISS. M. D. 
•ReslciiLit, 



MOM in rOBBE i;| | |s; H , 

B. D KENNEDY, M D W . JONES, M. l>. 

K. P, DAVIS8, M. I). 



rmmrc ACBiara, uaorotmisTs am, laryxqoloc 

1889 

K w - ■ lnNi;> M "• a. u dbboaldes, m. a 

■ \i-J:il., 1880 
!•■ W. JONES, M.D. JOACHIM, .M. I). 



Hsmxi, DERMATOLOGIST. 

DM APRIL, 1888, TO \ IM.i I . |( 

H. \V. BLANC, M. [>. 
VmiTMG DENTIST. 

' BOH ai-kii wimi.. I 

A. <;. FRIEDRICHS, M. I). 

lied. 



REPORT 

iiF Till: 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 

/-:.,■ tht Fear Ending /< tS89. 



uiaimty hospital. 
State ot Doi csiaka, February 3, 1890. » 

•r Mix |.-*„.llrnr\ FKANCI9 T. JJlCHOM-f ' '■■",'"■ KxJ "''"'"' '' r '' sl 

four EseeReMg -In accordance with custom and law, it again 
becomes the duty and pleasure of the board to reporl to you the 
workings of thi hospital during the past year. 

There has been no prevalent epidemic iuflneuee in the bospi- 
gal during the past year. Considerably over 20,000 patients 
have i □ treated in L889, including the outside visitors for 

relief. 

The Bouse Surgeon's reporl herewith will give full details. 
In feet, yon have, accompanying this, reports of the chief officers 
and committees of the board, which will furnish a comprehensive 
account ofthe present condition of the hospital. Ai the last re- 
port ,i„. chief work then contemplated was a thorough system of 
automatic closets throughout the buildings, and the vastlj Lni 
proved ventilation of the main building. These greatly needed 
improvements have been accomplished and many others 
miaor obaracter, detailed in the report ofthe House Committee. 

Thereporl of the Finance Committee and thai ofthe Secretarj 
and Treasurer will give a correct statement of the finances <>< the 
institution, and In this connection the board would again most re 
spectrally urge apon the General Assembly the great necessity of 
providing against the discount of the state warrants, which con- 



STATE OF LOWS/Aj V.i. 



stautrj cripples and erabai tie board Lu tbe management of 

i In- hospital. 

itesteconomj basbeeo used consistent vritli efficiency 

Mi.- welfare of the patients, and very ranch is dne i» the judi- 
dons management of the Finance and House < ommittees for the 

' results obtained i\ith their limited means, 

'J In- essentia] works now contemplated and greatly !u-.-<l<-<l ate 
:in extension of the dormitory of the Sisters 1 department, and 
separate buildings on tbe hospital grounds for an outdoor clinic. 
These claims are urgent and tbe board hup.- that someway maj 
opened to enable them to compass these desirable objects 

rn order that there maj always be members of the board 
present, familiar \wtli tbeduties and requirements of the hospital 
in its efficient management, it is thought wis.- tosoggesl toyoor 
Excellency to appoint the members hereafter in such :i manner as 
to have aboal half of them Imlii over. This is believed to be the 
judgment of the present board, and therefore fehej would respeot- 
fitliv Buggest it. 

1,1 '' sitwion, if is believed that the hospital, both in its 

official and domestic management, is in a satis&ctorj condition. 

The good Sisters Deed no praise si onr hands. Their always 

ml and conscientions services have greatly aided the board in 
ill.- conduct of tbe hospital. 

All the officers in -their various departments have fulfilled the 
full measureof their duties, and tbe gratitudeof the board and 
their fullest commendations are due them. 

The Besidenl Students have always been kind, courteous and 
efficient, and tbe Ambul a n ce Corps have been always readj and 
untiring in their e rgeneg .-alls. 

Wiilt assurances of high regard, I remain your obedient ser- 
vant, 

C. J. HICK II AM. 

Vkje-Pkebident. 



REPORT <>F CHARITY KOSPITAL-1889. 



9 . 



Report of the Secretary and Treasurer. 



CllAHlTY HOSPITAL. 

State op Lot tsi lna, 
Xi.w Orleans, January 1, \w>- 

Toii..-vi,-.-i*tv.i.irHi.u,.i Board <rf Administrate) 

„,,,,„,„ -l herewith present the usual annual statement* 
:1I1(1 WO nld farther submit for your ^deration the following 
abstract ond^ appropriate heads: 

STATE WARBANT8, ' sx> - 

The warrants for the second quarter of this year, 110,000, re 
„„,,,.,, pledg ed in lasl annnaJ report, 1888, to the Louisiana 
^onaiBanktose^aloanforfT^eontmnehyp^ftecated 

to that institetion, the interest being paid thereon to December 
;il . L889. They have been held under advice Of final payment 
by the state m the immediate rature, 

CE WAKKANTS, L889. 

Of the issue of warranto for 1889 those for the Bret quarte 
weprid by the state In cash on May IS, L889. Thesecond, 
aurd and fourth quarters, aggregating *32, 000, are no* pledged 
with the Hibernia National Bank bo secure the Loans obtained 
tll ,,, N „, ^sarancee are held out thai these outstanding war- 
ranta will be redeemed by the Btate in oash and at an earlj date. 

DISOOtTNT &.O0OUNT 

The discount on sales of warrants of 1887-1888, reported m 
las, annual report, added to interest paid to banks on Loans, foots 
op $11,186.80. 



• 10 s "/' l 'i: OF LOUISIA AM. 

LEO ICIEa 

«>„ STovember25, 1889, the hospital ,,„„, into possesion of 
1 (» twspital proper and 1600 to the ambnlance 
t,iml " u,1,| " r «rtU of Pierre OkwdeSamory, recently deceased 
rt was appropriately acknowledged, and in conformity with our 
rales the aameofthe benefector has been carved on the marble 
tablet in the main corridor of the hospital 

tn conclusion, I present herewith "Tables of Receipts and 

,,M ' tefbrl889,» ■•«■ paraKve Tables oi Disburseni. 

tor L888 and 1880," "Balance 81 1 of Books to December 81, 

L889, ■ "Table of Property, eta," "Statement of Insurances." 
itmJ •• List of Gash Donations and U 

Bespeottully submitted. 

i:i>\V!\ MAEK8, 

-■j.i vi.'v uro Tbeasueek. 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL- 11 



REPORT OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL. ) 

State of Louisiana, v 

Niw Oim.kans. February 3, 1890. \ 

to 1 1 ..- Vice-Presldenl >"»i Board oi Adminlstraton i 

Gentlemen Your Eouse Committee would respectfully re- 
port that the genera] condition of the hospital in all of its depart- 
ments continues fully up to the standard as heretofore, Under 
their proper headings we report the nndermentioned improve 
menta, etc., for flic year L889 ; 

U roiHTir sVKTi:il OF WATKl: OXOSKIS, ETC, 

During the year just closed an elaborate, modernly-contrived 
system of closets, withttoe proper auxiliary appurtenances, has 
,„,.„ introduced throughout the hospital, adding largelj to its 
hygienic requirements and enforcing raeahliness as well as pri- 
racy. The convenience andcomfortto thepatients renders the 
change a marked one, bearing full and favorable comparison with 
other hospitals in the United States. 

The bathrooms of the hospital have undergone Improvement : 
new and larger openings have been made, resulting in additional 
lighl and increased ventilation. 

: E VENTIIATIOH OF THE MAIN in II. DIM; 

has been mneh improved by the perforation of the walls separal 
ingthe wards from the corridors. These openings, fortj five in 

,,,,„ r, have been framed ami finished, and their effect lias 

been to equalize the temperature and permit the distribution ami 
iii );t ] escape of the mephitic atmosphere inseparable from the sic* 
chamber. 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



As :l p; ,ri of the system, and eneoaraglng the admission of the 

fre8h :l »phere from the onteide, and adding to the lighl and 

cheerful appearance of the balls, there have been introduced at 

their ends oo the second and third H s large circular headed 

frames, replacing the former low windows. 

CH MJ.'A). KEPAIH8, KKI'HXJ (><;, EDO. 

these embrace repairs to the room and exterior painting, all 
<i " 11 " 1 ' 1 a thorough, workmanlike manner. The exterior of the 
" |;|UI bonding has received three solid coats, the fronl office two 
and the wood work and window frames of the ambulance house 
two. This Deeeasarj work has been added to by interior paint- 
ing, IcsJsominiug, etc., wherever Deeded. 

WtOPEBT* OH vn.l.i;i;i: STREET. 

This property, the legacy of the late Jean Perron, has been 
kepi in good repair and rented throughout the year. 

COm 8 \> IB FOH SUPPLIES. 

After dne advertisemcnl and the inviting of oampetition, the 
• for supplies of meat, bread, milk and coal were lei out. 
ting in reduced prices on some articles. The Bervice has 
been performed satisfactorily bj the contractors. 

A.MIit'l ..wci: SERVICE. 

This service continues effldenl and satisfactory. The ambu- 
lances have been kepi in good order, and needed repairs to them, 
>>"• mnning gear, etc., have been timely looked to. Pour new 
borses have been purchased, to replace a like number considered 
"'Hi', and which were traded for at favorable figures in exchange. 

The Board of Health having reoentlj complained of the exu- 
dations from the pi-iw vaults of the ambulance house, such 
changes have been made as to remove the nuisance complained 

"J", and fully !,, the SattsfectJon of that board. 

GBOUTIHG Till: B06PITAX yaimi. 

Theentlre yard of the hospital has been reoentlj grouted 



REPORT OF ' UAinTY KOSPITAZ-im. 18 



with Portland cement, and at small cost U has mneh improved 
the drainage and eoosequenfly added to the sanitary arrange- 

iiK-nis of the insiitution. 

WOKK ENTERED INT" ASM CONTEMPLATED. 

The contract for the enlargement ofthe "Sisters' Dormitory" 
has 1m.cn awanl-.| competent «*$ s " lvt,|l! biddera, afterdnecom 
petition, and the wort is being proceeded with under the daily 
superintendence of Chief Engineer Ponder. When anished and 
occupied it will add mneh needed comfort to the estimable and 

unselfish Sisters. 

The matter of braidings for the Outdoor Clinic is being at 
tended to bya Bpeoial committee of the board, who are making 
fair progress. 

DfTSODUCnOM OF THE EIJ5CTBIC OUKBENT. 

The council ofthe city of New Orleans have been petitioned 
for the use of their fire alarm telegraph poles for the convey- 
ance of the Edison electaic current bo the hospital for use in the 
medical and surgical departments. H will be introdneed onder 
aU proper safeguards and wader the supervision of experts in 

such matte 

In conclusion, we beg to commend the conscientious, untiring 

and self-Bacrificing efforts of the Sisters ofthe hospital, whose 

work in behalf of our great charity canit.it be measured. Thanks 

also especiaUj due to Chief Engineer Pondts (whose report 

^npanies this) for his invaluable aid in practically directing 

the improvements herein meatii I 

Respeetfullj submitted. 

W.M. G. VINCENT, 
J. II. KELLEB. 



" ATBOFLQl is i .1 X. i , 



REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE. 



' ■H.UIITV HOSPITAL, v 

State of I sus \, 

SEW Orleans, January l, 1890. \ 
fotheBoai Bistraton: 

roar I'm, hi.-.- Committee has the honor to report thai the 
P"»»iinen1 feature of the financial movemenl of the Charity Hos- 

pita1 ' durin « "'" yearJM . is, as usual, loss incurred 

b3 ,| ""' r """ on "" »« four warrants, amounting to $10,650 in 

alI;exchurivcofttiediseouDl paid for carrying our dj 

By painful eoonomj In every departmenl of the hospital the 
nary monthly expenditures were reduced to a point at which 
h seemed prndeni to undertake such absolutelj necessary repairs 
and improvemenfB as the preservation of the buildings and the 
h, "' ,Uh °* the tamates required. Consequently these works were 
undertaken, completed and paid For; hul the total expenditure 

fortheyear 1889, including - special accounts, exceeds only 

slightly theaum allotted to the ordinary annual expenditures in 
former years. 

Our Durrani debt is -i. ; ,,. \\-„ 1];m . m , floafcing (|i . ti(> 
however; all oorDeoember billsaud accounts having been paid 

within said month. 

Bespectfully submitted, 

JNO. Q. REVERE! \. 
G. W. si\T|.;i.I„ 
MOBBIS SCHWABACHER, 

Fin w< v, Committee. 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1SS9. IS 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS 

I-W Tear* 1 888 and 1889, ExduMag BiHs PayaMeimd " Dfefwasto," 

NWo>, . J <■'»"' l&gwnse* /or MuhiU;i>i>i<;- <,/ H^/nUti for 
iiu RespecHvt Fears. 



L888, l^ ( - 

L0.989 ."".n 10,635 L2 



6,257 55 6,284 12 

3,97] 15 1,295 W 

l.:;i; 04 1,67] 36 

sin 94) 1.0*1 80 

14,176 64 15,057 !■"» 



Meat 

Bread 

Fuel 

Milk 

[ce 

Groceries 

, „ „ i *r>.i'_'» r.s 

Improvements and Repairs ■■••■>■" »- j [-3,493 11 

!ra l and Contingent Expenses 1,563 79 L,286 us 

^mbutenoe Service 2,30] 83 2,016 53 

526 64 631 63 

Interments • 

House Furnishing and Dry Goods 3,508 58 2,47] 2] 

Medical and Surgical Supplies 8.284 29 8,968 98 

Pathological Department ls: 7> - sl 61 

„ . . 13,349 I"' L3,666 95 

Employees 

',,,,.„ 3,1 no 3,000 i»» 

Sisters' Clothing 

,, , . L749 69 1,418 65 

Marketing 

,„,. ,9,,^ 14,600 00 14,600 00 

Officers Salaries 

Stationerj and Printing ,i77 °° m : '-' 

■AH\ 25 1,149 L3 
[nsorance 

, , , 27 50 32 56 

Hospital [flbrarj ••• 

* 97,571 10 1103,837 56 
•Repair*. tIn»PW*«imentft. 

Xr,v oki.kaxs. January 1, 1890. ^^ ^^^^ 

Teeasi bee. 



ST i n: OF LOUISIANA. 



ANM A!, 8TATBMBNT n\' CASH BECELPT8 .VXD 

FOB tiik \k.\u Km. in.; 



i.'i . bik 

i on band pa last report, January I. 1889 ..„.$ <ii!» 60 

A in 'li.. in sets' Beta 8034 <;r 

lie Lottery Co 10,000 00 

Slaaghterhonse Pees, A.e) 87, L888 8,695 68 

Bills Beoeivabie, Eeni Notes, etc 5,614 72 

si:.!.- Warrants, 1887 .-,.ihhi 00 

e Warrants, 1888 , L6 000 00 

State Warrants, 1889 12,000 00 

"censes 5>149 (M) 

Paj Patienta 2,913 <io 

Gateyeea , . MM1 : , u 

Deceased Patients 219 70 

Bales of Sundries , 177 -.-, 

Certificates i , s lti) 

iVinations and Legacy , [ igj j-, 

[;iIls Payable 27,600 00 

Bent of Property Vfflere street i mi 



1137,580 27 



New Oiuxans. January i. L890 



liDWlX MAItKK, 
Tbeasukhk. 



REPORT 01 CHARITY HOSPITAL- » 



DISBUBSEMBNTS WADE BX THE TEEASUEEB, 
Deoembeb 31, 1889. 

d1sbue8ement8 : 

.. , % 10,635 L2 

Meal 

., , 6,234 12 

Bread ••••• 

.. . 1,295 W 

Fuel 

„,„ L671 36 

}hlk 

1,084 BO 

Ice 

15,057 15 

< ilnrcrirs 

_ . .„ 5,120 58 

Repairs, etc 

3.493 II 

Improvements 

General and Contingent Expenses l ' 286 ° 8 

Ambulance Service 2 » 016 '" 

631 

Interments 

11,. use Famishing ana* DryGoods 2,471 21 

Medical and Sturgioal Supplies s - !,t;s & 

Pathological Department • - M i,] 

,, , 13,666 95 

Employe** 

Sistera' Clotiung *»° » 

.. , 4,418 65 

Marketing 

Office Salaries ^ m °° 

Stationery and Printing 

(MsoonntonWarrantslSST^SS and Hank li.te.vsi ii.lWi s<> 

1,1 L9 L3 

Insurance 

33 ">o 
Hospital Library 

Bills Payable Paid 3i.*»> »" 

1136,324 US 

Balai.co. dash on hand Jannary 1. 1890 1 '-""' 1 s2 

1137,580 27 



IN 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



FINAL BALANCE 

DECEMBER 3L 1889. 



* 



CHAJ8TTY HOSPITAL, i 

State of Louisiana, 
8bw Oeleahb, January l, L890. \ 

Bills receivable, real notes, etc s ;,.-,(;<; ::t 

Profit and loea g Lsg5g ^ 

Hospital assets - -,.,. ... 

...iiii) i.{ 

State warranto, 1888 UM) , 

Btate warrants, 1889 38000 ihi 

I ash j .,_._ __ 

""" ^y*^ •••__ _ -'-<»'<*> 

$50,822 55 g'iO„S22 K5 

EDWIN MABKS, 

Tkeasi \n.\i. 



UEPOST OF CHAMI1 Y H0SPX1AL—IS89. V.> 



CHARITY HOSPITAL, j 

STATE "I- Loxnsi \\ \. 
Trbasi ebb's Office, NewOrleaus, Feb. in. L890. \ 

The undersigned tiaviug been duly appointed ;t committee h> 

examine the accounts of the Treasurer for the year endiug Decern 

ber 31, L889, as provided bj Article 392, Revised Statutes, do 

hevebj reporl thai they have made the examination as contem 

plated and find the luniks, accounts and statements true, jus! and 

, ' um ' ,,L VVM. G. VINCENT, 

G. W. 8ENTELL, 
TSO. G. DEVEEETTX, 



STATE OF LOUJ&IANA. 



LIST OF LEGACIES LtfD DONATIONS PO THE •AMBCLANCE 11 M> 

ami i;i:\i :i; w, i im> OF THECH univ hospital 
i-'uii THE vi:a i: 1889. 

L889. 

March I. Donation Cotton Press Clerks' Benevolent 

Association.. I 37 <>i» 

March 9. Donation Bed Ligb( Clab... LOO 00 

Anjr. 6. Donation Creole Fire Company No. 9.. 85 25 

\ni. 16. JohnC. Baeh, Esq 36 89 

-\i>\, ■_'.".. Legacy of Pierre Claade Samorr to General 

Pond. I. (ion 00 

Nov. 25. Legacy of Pierre Clande Samory to A.mbn- 

laneeFand 500 <"> 

Dec. 14. Donation of Mrs. Deaxte 5 00 

31. Donation of Screw-men's Benevolent Associ- 
ation No. i... LOO 00 

$1,854 74 
EDWIN MASKS, 

rKEASUKER. 

New Orleans, Januarj i, 1890. 



REPORT OF CHARITY HOSPITAL 2\ 



PROPERTY OF CHARITY HOSPITAL 

DECEMBER Star, 1889. 

SEAL ESTATE, 

Hospital grounds and improvements. 

Union Cotton Press, thirteen lots. 

Shippers' Cotton Press, font lots. 

Cemeteries, two lots. 

Battnre Cotton Press propertj . 

imbalance building and tots, fronting on Tulane avenue, 

opposite the i Hospital. 
Doable, slated cottage, Noa in ami Mi Villere street. 

81 NMMl'.s. 

Three ambulances and equipments. 

Seven horses. 

Hospital wagon ami harness. 

Surgical, electrical, microscopical and other instruments. 

Furniture and household effects. 

Library. 

BILLS RECEIVABLE AM) REST NOTES. 

6 Rend ffotes of Samuel Boyd, each for*183 B4, paj 

able semi-annually, last note maturing .!nl\ tot 

1». 4lh. L892 •■ • t,118 -il 

BBent NotesofSa el Boyd, each for $375 00, pay- 
able semi-ammally, last note maturing January 
isi to Itli. L892 H.875 00 

7 Kent Notes id* A. P. Mason, each for 1664.07, payable 

quarterly, last note maturing September 1st to 

Itli. 1MH - »4>578 lii 

$ 7,568 78 



STA TE OF LOUI67AA I. 



STATEMENT i a i\s( B vM 

On Hospital Building, etc | 118,001) < m » 

"" Library 2,500 ,,.. 

On Sheds Union Press 7,500 <»> 

On New Extension 20,000 00 

on Dead House 9,000 m> 

On Eye Operating Boom I. hi 

On Ambulance Building 8,000 00 

On Sheds in Ambulance Yard. 1,200 00 

On Frame Cottages, No& Wand LOj Villere street.. 1,500 



Total insurance $ 168,700 on 



DETAILED LIST OF 1\S1 j; \ \' I_- EXPIRING FEB. 1&TH. 1891. 

Sun Mutual lasuraa.ee Company , f 0,000 00 

New Orleans Insurance Company (1,000 00 

Merchants' Insurance Company 0,000 00 

••'■Hi Insurance Company 0.000 <ici 

Southern Insuranoe Company 6, I 00 

\i-u Orleans Insurance Association 6,000 00 

Mechanics' and Traders' Insurance Company 6,000 *><> 

Hibernia [nsnrance Companj 0,000 00 

nania [nsnrance Company , 6,000 00 

Teutonia Insurance Company 6,000 00 

Firemen's insurance Company 6,000 00 

Lafayette Insurance Company... .". 0,000 00 

Home Insurance Company. 6,000 00 

Qerman American Insurance Company, Sew York. 0,500 00 

Phcenix insurance Company, Brooklyn, \. 1*.. 0,500 00 

Hartford inauraace Company, Hartford, Conn 7,500 00 

Continental insurance Company, Sew I'ork 6,500 00 

Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company, 

London, England 6,500 oo 

Insurance Ooarpanj of North Am. Tic:!. Phila 6,500 00 



9 I [S.(MM) oo 



REPORT 01 CHARfTY ffOSPITAl^- -■■ 



INSCliANTK BXPIKHTQ FEB. I9TH, 1892, 

On Sheda Ifaion Pre** — 
Firemen's Insurance Company ■ s 7 - :,u0 " n 

On Library— 
Firemen's [nsnrance Company 2,500 ,l(l 

ISSlHVNt'K EXPIRING AI'KII. 23D, 1890. 

Xeu> Extension, Dead Wow* and !\<t< Operattttg Room— 

Firemen's [nsnrance Company 9 5,000 00 

[mperial Fire [nsurance Company, London 5,000 00 

Teutonia Insurance Compauj '" t,n 

Hibernia [nsnrance Company 5,000 00 

Home Insurance Company •['■ °° 

Pelican [nsurance Company 5,000 00 

$ 30,000 00 

i\si'i:anck BXPIRIKG TOMS 1 7 Til. L890. 
On Ambulant* Building-* 

Firemen's Insurance Companj s l - IMIt ' 

Hibernia Insurance Company UKH ' lll) 

$ 8,000 00 

INSt BAKOB BXPIHINS Jl IV H.TII, 1890. 

On Shed* in Ambttlanci ford 
Phoenix [nsnrance Company, Brooklyn, X. Y L,200 00 

Urakcb i;xi'ii:is(; .i.\vi-ai;v 16th, [891. 

On Doubt* framt Cottage, tVew. W and 40 i-: VUlen Street 

Firemen's [nsnrance Company U50Q 00 

S | liS. TIKI 11(1 

STATKM TAT CMP PKOVISIONS AND FUEL OOKSDMBD I>IKI\<. 
w.w-i L889. 

Bread 189,553 lbs. 

Meal ■• L39,0691bs. 

[ce 351,800 lbs. 

Milk -- ■* 17 - ,;1 '' - :ilK 

Fuel— Pittsburg s:,!lu bbls - 

Fuel— Anliracite ■•- :;: l,ms - 

Fuel— Charcoal SOsacka. 



- l STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



DONATIONS. 

ACKNOWLEDGED MY SISTER AUNKS. 1889. 

King's Daughters, 12 oorniee of choice eandy for the chil- 
dren, 

Mi*-. Pauchc, Large quantities of Harper's Basa 

Mrs. Graham, old <l«>ih«-> and linen for ofaarpie. 

Mr. F. Carroll, reading matter, sundry times. 

Miss Plow Loefa, fro rod clothes, monthly. 

Mi» Bawling, frail cakes and clothes, monthly. 

Messrs. A. Lehman A- Co., two load- kindling wood. 

■ N,i - Tebo, ;ii .1. 1'. Bichardson' a. jean samples for making 
slippers, 

Mr. James < u\ anagb. New fork, allowance for broken g 

A. Lehman &Co., tun bolts calico, 109 yards, for children's 
ill esses. 

Messrs. Doyle & Rice, kindling n 1. sundry tin 

Mis. Harrison, <.1<1 linen pie 

W. II. Ziegier & Co., parcel of choice and raw cotton for 

leal dressings. 

The Miss.- i;. Converse, II. Campbell, C Fairchitd, I.. 
Solan, P. Noyes, 11. Montgomery, N. Price, P. Wilson and \. 
Spellman (King's Daughters), hi luosqnita bars For childr* 
ward; also boys, ete., for i Shirtmas I 

Mrs. E. Lewis, 25 boxes strawben 

Mrs. ,i. i;. Bassich, large waiter of choice cakes. 

Mrs. Sawyers, targe old linen sheet forcharpie. 

Mrs. Siegel. two large fruit i-nkfs and sundry cuttings of new 
flannel. 

Mrs. .li». ii. DeGrange, l«>lt of whitecotton and sundry new 
clothes for children. 



:ili' 



REPORT OF < 'RARITY itosi'iTA L-188B. -■< 

Ladles oftheMint, handsome scrap-books, dulls, etc 
MissEftieSheppard, pretty book, to be given to the child 
afflicted in same manner as the donor. 

Through the mail From Delhi, workbox, toys, etc 
st. Margaret's Daughters, through Ihe Misses B. A. Waldo 
I M. S. Elder, two dozen infant trousseaux, all new. 
M,s. MiilUT. cakes, fruit, etc., tor children, sundrj Hmes. 
Mrs. l. Newman, large tray assorted confectionery, verj 

choice. 

Mi-. M. Bchawbacher, clothes for children. 

S. B. Patterson, ^'<> oysters. 

Mrs. M. Cillis. -24 boxes strawberries. 

Mr. Louis Bnch, fruit, sundry times, 

George Koeh (French Market), vegetables, sundry times. 

Mr. Austin. Purser S; S. Americana, reading matter. 

Mrs. Sawyera, old linen, reading matter, etc, 

Mr and Mrs. George Denegre, Mr. B. II. Parrar, Mr. 
Omer VillHv. Mr.E. KTuttschnitt and Mr. R. M. Walmslej con- 
tributed for one ride weekly for the children during snmmer, and 
Messrs. Johnson & Son, 174 Magazine, kindly furnished vehicles 
:ii ball urioe. 

\\,,.kl\ contributions of reading matter received from boxes 
|il;ii .,. (1 Ul fclie Postoffice, Cotton Exchange and billiard halls bj 

Mrs. George Denegre. 

M,, ,i. II. Eeller, l barrel glubo and bos soapiua, 

Angus* Larrien, coop of pigeons and turkeys. 

Owen Cabill, one turkey. 

Louis Ruch, Four turkeys. 

Mrs. .1. Moran, Fort si. Phillip, barrel oranges. 

.[, L. Beer, 2 barrels potatoes. 

Mrs. Curtis, 3 geese. 

I. Schwartz (Canal street I, reading matter daily. 

young Men's Christian Association, journals, bazars and 
sundry reading matter several tames. 



*■< 



I TE >n i.orist i 



Messrs Seaburj & Johnson \.-« York i, allowance ou freighi 
00. 

Mi* B, M Walmsley, Mrs. Gayie Aiken, Mrs. George K. 

t*. Mrs. David Jamison. Mm. Norman Bnstis, Mrs. Albert 

-In. Mr>. Edgar Farrar. Mrs. George Denegre, Misses Louise 
Villere, Usette 1;,-:,, Angeks Ping, Bmnia Buttsand Helen Leeds, 
clothing for children. 

Mm Miiller, clothing for children and nurses. 

.Mis. a. Baldwin, scrap t»«iks.. dolls, etc. 

Edith Hall, periodica 

A. Lehman & Co., case of samples, sundry times. 

Messrs. Levy, Leeb & Co., c » samples for uoilte, sundry 

times. 

Mi--. Georgi Denegre and E. Farrar, turkey, nuts, raisins 
and candy for boys. 

Mi-. Socman's Kindergarten and Froebel Cm* furnished 
Christmas tree with many prettj toys, d< 

Ladiesof the Flower Mission risil the hospital regularly, 
bringing fruit, Bowers, etc., and for Christmas their osnal oil 
ings for patients number seven hundred bags of frnil and cahdj . 

\ friend, (5.00. 



REPORT 01 CHAMITY HOSPITAL 



Annual Report of the House Surgeon. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL ) 

State ov Lotrisi vn i, 
December 31, 1889. \ 

t.i iIk- Board of v-itninNi ml 

Gentlemen— 1 beg to present herewith the records of the med- 
i,,,! department^ and report briefly on thegeneral management of 
Hie hospital daring ii.<- past yew. 

At the lasl report* 651 patients remained under treatment ; 
daring the year, 57JW new patients were admitted. 

The admissions comprised 1018 white and 1776 colored ; 
males 4301, females L495 ; children tinder ten years of age 170 
(white 157, colored 13 

Thetptaj number of inmates was 6445 ; the daily averag ' 

inmates remaining at the close of each day was 588. The num- 
ber of inmates was 134 more than lasl year, yei the daily average 
:ll Ihl . gndof each day was 83 Less, showing thai the patients 
remained onder treatmenl a comparatively shorter time. 

Of the 6445 inmates treated 1828 were discharged; cured 
2484, or 50 per cent.; improved 1589, or 32 percent.; unimproved 
855, or aboul L8 per cent. 

There were '-^n deaths— a total niortalitj of it per cent. 
Deducting 197 cases, fetal will. in twentj four hours after ;i.h.vis- 
sion, mosl of whom were moribund when admitted, the total mor- 
talitj is reduced m n percent. These figures indicate the usual 
death rate of the hospital. Of the fatal cases 231 were between 
BOandSO yearsofage, it between 80 an. I 100, 2 exceeding 100 



yearn. 



Tlie Outdoor Department gave relief to 13,938 visiting 
patients, each of whom made an average of six visits. Many of 
them received, in a.i.lition to the benefit of the consultation, 
either medicines or surgical .hvssings. 



// OF LOUISIANA. 



This depart menl is annual!} increasing in importance and en- 
croaching more and nunc on the ind service of the hospital. 

Provision for conducting the Outdoor Clinics without detri- 
ment to the iomatea, us indicated ni previous special reports, \a 
:i matter paramonnl in all others relating to 1 1n- medical manage 

IIH'llf. 

The Ainlntlaiifi- Corps answered IMS calls during the year. 
The efficieocj of tin* departmenl deserves special mention, and I 

testify with pleasure to the competency of ■ staff of students 

and their Bealoos discharge of doty. 

The medical work of the year, stated briefly, comprises the 
indoor treatment of 6448 patients and the outdoor treatment of 

U.!»:;s, including 935 cases <>f miuorsurgerj attended in il per- 

aring room, all told, amonnting to 29,383 patients. 

The annual reports from the several departments are 
proved and herewith transmitted. The report of the Pathologist, 
Dr. H. I*. Brans, indicates a complete remodeling of his depart 
meat, which basgreatlj enhanced its practical usefulness. 

Theofflcers in charge of their respective branches of the 
medical departments, the members of the; visiting stair and the 

Assistant House Surgeon, Dr. J. D. Bl< t, deserve onr commen- 

datorj acknowledgments. The efficiency of tin- medical depart 

: is due i" their conscientious ami competent work. 

The Sisters oi Cbaritj always share an important pari in the 
work of the year, bj their constancy, day and night, in the care 
of the ill and injured, contributing invaluablj to their treatment 
Their service to the hospital and its inmates we can only acknowl 
edge gratefully, bul cannot repay. 

In conclnsion. 1 beg to report favorably on the general con- 
ditiouofthe hospital. The&eilities for treating patients h 
improved and increased during the year, ami the sanitarj 

lition of tli«' main building and the premises has been de<ri- 
dedlj improved \<\ the work described in the report of your 
Honse i 'ommittee 

Bespectfullj submitted. 

A. il. MILES, 

HOUSE SUBGKON. 



REPOST OF CHARITY H0SPITAL-18S9. 29 



PATHOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 



« HAKiTY HOSPITAL, ) 

State of Louisi IK \. 
New Orleans, Februarj 1st. 1890. \ 

To the Honorable Board of Administrators of the Charity Bo»pltat: 

Genilemenr-] beg i<> report thai during the year ending 
December 81, 1889, the folio-wing work has been done in the 

Pathological Department : 

93 

Am "i isics "• 

Specinienaof Urine examined ' "'' 

Specimens of To r examined — '" 

Specimens oj Sputum examinedand stained for Bacilli Tu- 
berculosis ■ 

, !> 

8 



Specimens of Tissue examined 
Specimens of Fluid examined.. 



Specimens of Blood examined... 

Specimens of Vomit examined • 

Specimens of Pus examined 

Specimens of Tapeworm examiued - 

Miscellaneous pathological specimens examined * 

Seetionscut of elghtj differenl specimens, ten (average) of 

sou 

eacn 

Sections permanentlj steinedand mounted for collection 16U 

Tn| .,l Bum ber of sections permanently stained and mounted 

„ |IHi 

now hi collection. 

Specimens anted for collection in Husenm 

Photographs taken • 

Very respectfully. 

11KN1IY DICKSON BBUKS, M. D., 

I'A'llKil.niM^I'. 






w.i 1 1: OF Lot fSJ r 



Charity Hobpti u . | 

December .!]. [8N9. t 

T " l| " " '!■■ H'.ni'i .ii Administrate**: 

■ ! 'i respectfollj submit my report oi 
tin- Dental clinic for the year ending December 31, i 

Total Bomber of patients , 1*0 

White. ' ., 

...... ! li 1 ! 

( 'al°red ,,,. 

Children .... 

IM> 

Total 1 ill..] of extractions .. |.,, 

Extraction with cocaine.. -,, 

■ olai abftcessoa treated it 

Respectful!) submitted. 

V-NCREW ti. FjMEDBICHS, M. I >. 



RECORD OF AMIH l..\N< i: .ALLS AT CHARITY ROSPITAL FOB THE YEAR 



1889. 



:r 



II 




1 



^ — « 

c - 



January * 

February ■ • " 

March " 

April 

May 

J in ic- 

.luly 

August • ■ 

iiiUt 

( fctober " "' 

November - 

December., 



Jolal.. 



11 


■1, 


17 


20 


12 


34 


13 


30 


l:; 


:;l 


'.) 




24 


86 


10 


29 


D 


is 


11 


28 


13 


Id 


ItJ 


18 



II 
I 

! 

; 

.; 
1 



I T 



6 


II 

!l 
■H 
l!l 
11 
10 

4 7 

■1 10 



^ - ■? 

11 - 

C - - 



!l 





J 

8 

8 
I 
I 
-1 

ii 
I 



I 



I ... 

... 
4... 
!l. 



5)1 
ill 
107 
119 
111 
!17 
140 
U3 



519 154 825 30 51 95 70 28 



! 

5 

4 

4(i 


7 
7 


itT 
104 
128 

141 
1345 



I 4 7 344 






S 



c 






STATE >>/■ /,'>//>/. i. V.I. 



HECOBD OF THE OUTDOOS DEPARTMENT, 1880, 

TABLE Nil I. 

-' by />;-, . 



Mature ol hi- 



WrTili Colored, Total 






M, - ,|i .' ;li , 1,418 850 L121 1,971 4,:m 

'"■ l! 1 1,888 I 867 858 2,225 1,114 

99 (.-, | . [ 

Venereal . 

i.yn.-.-olu-iejtl 

Dls. ol Boys nol classified. 861 



Ill 
351 



eliwrifled lOB0 l080 ,,,„,, 

••I Eye, K:ir ink I 



Disease* of Children n<n 

i-l;i<-ilii-il 

of Eye, Ear and 

, l rt " 1 " 1 . BOO 542 1,842 1.M2 

Diseases of the Skin [86 imi 368 

T " l: ' 1 4,888 -1,7 2,2171 1.079'j 4,196118,008 

These patients, nervous and venereal, are included wfth the oi 
patients of the medical and surgical wards, respectively. 



BEP0B1 <>!• CHARITY HOSPITAL- 



33 





Table So. 

Mont hi >/ Secord 



IAS 


. 








White. Colored. 


Totals. 


>, X _J 

~ z - 

— ■- 

•— ;_ IS 

II! 

O 


= 


MonthB. 


i 1! 


1 

5 - 


|5 


1 . 

1 1| is! 

~ ^_ 


— 


January 

February ■ 

Mllivll 

April -•■ 

July 

il 

September 

October 

November 

December 


3(14 2M 186 119 
:i!i> 206 I'-". 87 
■>.y 216 168 98 
327 293 I'll 229 
348 894 226 180 
400 302 2 
395 316 217 151 
854 271 246 204 
387 301 245 22! 
iOl 337 180 185 
"H5 221 15;; 107 
i\- t 202 I'll 


ins 
IK. 
41 17 
820 

711 
82S 
888 

5* 
SO! 


805 4!H) 323 
•J 12 31 

266 120 313 

89(1 188 522 

7 1 571 

111 BOB 535 

367 612 461 

150 800 17" 

(OS 632 524 

81 522 

260 lis 32? 

587 881 


GO 

68 72ii 
ni 797 
112 1122 
1(2 1290 
I:;:: 1278 
12' i! 

gg in; i 

in' 

I4i> 1252 

1 1.-. :i2i 
15S U2i! 


Annual Total 




2317 H*7; 


73ft" 


105 5250 1842 13,003 



LIST OK 



THK 
In tiii 



Operation. 



MOKK IMPOKTAJN I' SURGICAL 

< II AIMTY HuM'l r \| pOH INI 'S 



OPERATIONS 

>:\u ! 



Result 



AUIomiual Sections — 

Punntured Wound of Intestine ' 1 

Stabbing Wound, Penetrating 8 

Gurmhoi Wound, Nine Pi prorations 

of I nteatlnt 

Pelvic Abscess ",' 

Suppurating Cysl of Bwai'Lte.*!!!."! 
Amputationc 

Arm 

A i .....'.' 

Ann ..J............. 

Arm ,, ..""""' 

forearm .....„." 

Forearm 

Forearm " 

Forearm , [ 

Forearm 

Fooi i Llsfrano's)., !..!„!.'"."."!"" 

Fool (Uuopart's) 

Fool i Plrogoff'8) , 

Fool 

Fool Sj in.-'-. 

Fool (Syuie'aj 

l-'-K 




— _ _ — 



Diagnosis. Remarks, 





















1 
1 




1 



I s 



Rouitd-eell Sarcoma of Forearm. 

Pubereular Arthritis of Elbow Joint. 

Corn p. Fraetureol Arm and Forearm. 

Comp. Dislocation of Ulna, Fracture of the RikIIih 

( omp. Dislocation of Wrist. 

Machinery Injury 

ilnery Injury. Gangrene 
Suppurative Arthritis of Wrtel Joint 

id 1 ujiiry. 

< iui i 'icatrielul ] leforraity. 

i lontused and Lacerated V 

Epithelioma of I 

Tubercular Arthritis of Ankle. 

Railroad Injury, Second, imputation of Lea 

Suppurative Arthritis of Ankle Joint 

Railroad Injury, Gangrene 



— 



Wound of Foot, 



Leg. 
Leg. 
Leg, 



1 .eg 

Leg 

Leir 

Penis 

Shoulder Joint 

Thigh, Lower Third ••■•■ 

Thigh, Lower Third 

Thigh, Lower Third 

Thigh, Lower Third , 

Thigh, Lower Third 

Thigh, Middle Third 

Thigh, Upper Third ■ 

Wri*l Joint 

Wrist Joint 

Excisions — 

Breast- 

Hrenst • 

Cicatricial Bands 

Ear ■ 

K:ii< 

Epithelioma over Clavicle 

Lipoma of Tongue-... 

Lipoma over Scapula 

Lymphadenoina of Neck 

Lyrnpho-Sareoma of Inferior Mux 

Region 

Sarcoma of Testicle 

Sarcoma of Vaginal Tunic 

Tongue ..... 

Tongue 

Tonsils 

Tubercular Glands in Groin 



llBaitroad Injury. (See Byrne's Amp.) 

3 Railroad Injury. 

I Senile Gangrene. 

l Necrosis of Tiirsul Bones. 

hoi lie Ulcer. 
1 Gunshot Wound of Leg. 

1 liuilroMil Injury of Font ami Ankle. 

3 Epithelioma. 

I Railroad Injury of Arm. Erysipelas. 

- Gangrene or Leg. 

] Bneephiiloiil Growth of Tibia. 

1 Gunshot Injury of Leg. Gangrene. 

1 Elephantiasis of Leg. 

2;Suppurative Arthritis of Knee Joint. 

i Suppurative Arthritis of Knee Joint. 

i Railroad injury of Leg. Gangrene. 

I t lunshot Wonnd of Hum! 

1 Machinery Injury of Hand. 

B Boirrhus of Mammary Gland. 

l Sarcoma. 

1 Ankylosis of Lower Jaw. 

1 Carcinoma. 

2 Keloid Growth*. 
1 
I 

a 



1 Secondary Growth. 
I Primary ( irowtb. 

■2 Epitlitiioiiiii. 

1 Epithelioma. Chloroform Narcosis. 

5 Hypertrophy of Tonsils. 



Fracture of 

[Fein in-. 



to 

> 

c 

I 



y. 



LIST OF THE KOBE! IMPORTANT SURGICAL OPERATIONS Cowni 



Operation. 



Result. 








7 




I 


I 

1 


— 

i ~ 


| 


- 


8 •- ft 


■- 



Diagnosis. Remarks, 



i 



l . 
i . 

. 



IhUhih i 'oiitlnut'tl. 

Tubercular Olands in Neck ! . i ] 

Tubercular Skin over Popliteal 

Space | ) 

Herniotomy 

Inguinal 

Ligation of Arteries 

I "mimm Carotid , 

I on I nr ii I {':iltilii] 

Femora] 

Tibial Anti rior 

Tibial Posterior 

I'll 

Operations on Bones and Joints — 

Aspiration of ICuee Joint g> 

Ankle Join! 

Kliinu Joinl 

Kllinw Joint 

Klbow Joint 

id of femur 

Inferior Maxilla ,[ 

KujK-rior Maxilla 
W i i-r John 



£ Excision of Gangrenous Intestine. 

i Aneurism. 

l Ounshol Wound. Pharyngeal Hemorrhage 

• phaloid of Tibia, Pulsating. 

■ phaloid ofTibla. Amputation of Thigh 

I S« lary Hemorrhage. 

i Traumatic Aneurism. 

8 Hydrarthrosis, 



I Tubercular Arthritis. 

I Machinery Injun', 

] i tunshol wound of Joint. 

1 Epithelioma. 

I Morbus ' 'oxarius. 

l;One-quarier Re ved. Necrosis. 

I < hrteo-Harcoroa 

i Tubercular Arthritis. 






■- 

a 

q 



Osteotomy— 

Femur , 

Frontal and Nasal Bones 

] I umerus. 

Metatarsal Bone 

Os Calcia 

I'etroua Portion of Temporal 

Ribs 

Rib 

Bib 

Sacrnin and Coccyx 

Tarsus .•... 

Tibia 

Tibia 

Refracl are of Femur 

Refractive of Femur 

Wiring Fracture of Patella.. . 
Operations on the Male Gtenito-Drinary 
< trgans 

Dilatation, Rapid 

Divulsioi 

Divrulaion (Hi- 

Ext. Median Urethrotomy 

Ext. Median Urethrotomy 

Ext. Median Urethrotomy™. 

Ext Median Urethrotomy 

Hydrocele (Volkmann'a operation I . 

internal Urethrotomy 

Lithotomy, Median... 

Lit I mi i iiny. Median 

Lithotomy, Suprapubic 

Lil botrity 

Lithotrity 

Operations on the Female Qemto-Urin- 
ary < Irgans— 

Anteflexion, I tysiueiiorrhuja 



1 . 



\ 



rosis. 

rosis. 
\ ffeci 

1 NciTo-i-. 

■2 Necrosis. 
] Necrosis. 

1 Neeroate, 8th and 6th. Erysipelas, 
1 Necrosis. 

l Estlander's Operation. Pyothorax. 
1 Necrosis. Tetanus. 
t Necrosis, 
11 Necrosis. 
1 Tubercular Necrosis, 
2,Badly United Fracture. Osteotomy. 
i Leverage, 
l Old Fracture, 



l Urethral Stricture. 

1 Urethral Stricture. 
:; I rrethral Stricture. 
5 Urethral Stricture. 

2 Urethra] Stricture. IVriiical Abscess, 

ii Urethral Stricture. Extravasation of Urine. 

1 Cicatricial Perineum. 

S 



8 Urethral Stricture 
I Vesica] Calculus. 
:{ Vesica] Calculus 
1 Vesica] Calculus, 
] Vesical Calculus. 
1 Vesical Calculus. 



1 Sim's operation 



Mitral.Regurgifcation, 

Dysentery, 

.Mitral Regurgitation. 



Lithotomy. 



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i 

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LIST OF THE MORE IMPORTANT SURGICAL OPERATIONS l oktmhxkd. 



Ittftult, 



ration. 



Operations on tin- Female Qenlto-Urin 
arj Organs— Continued, ' 

Artificial Vesloo-Vaginal fistula 

Artificial Veslco-Vaginal Flsl 

Closure of Veali-n-\ - njrliinl Rsliita.... 

Elephantiasis of Labia 

Oophon i ■ r . 1 1 r i v . 

Ovariotomy ..' 

Ovarlotomj „"", 

Perineorrhaphy 

Trachelorrhaphy 

Uterine Polypi 

Vaginal Hysterectomy 

Ophthalmic Operations 

Canthoplasty ,. 

cision 

Extraction of Cataract without Irt 
dectotny 

Extraction of i lataracl with Iridec- 
tomy 

Enucleation *. 

Enucleation '..' 

Enucleation , 

Enucleation 



I 
2 

19 

S 

6 

1 
I 
1 



Diagnosis. Remarks, 



iiit'hronlc Cyatl 

Sit 'ystoeele, 

:■• 

l Excision. 

i Fibroid of i terus. 

■i ( l\';irt:lh ( \ st, 

I Malignant Growth of Ovary, 

1 Lacerated Perineum, 
B Laceration of < 'en Ix, 

2 Removed by Ecraseur, 
I Carcinoma of Uterus. 



S 



I i lataract, 



1 
S 



Panophthalmitis, 
ihyloma \m. 
1 Ciliary Staphyloma. 
l Epithelioma of Conjunctiva. 









E 

a 



Ophthalmic Operations -Continued. 

Excision of Pterygium 

Excision of Epithelioma., 

Iridectomy 

Iridectomy 

Iridectomy 

Removal of Foreign Body from 
Cornea 

Tenotomy of Ext. Rectus 

Plastic Operations — 

Harelip (Single) 

Harelip i Double). 

Staphylorrhaphy 

Operations on the Windpipe.— 

Laryngotomy ..... 

Laryngotomy 

Laryngotomy 

Tracheotomy 

Tenotomy 

Trephining— 

Skull 

Skull - 

Skull 

Kil> 

Rib • - 



J 



1 Epithelioma of Cornea. 
1 Cornea] Opacities. 
1 Prolapse <>f [ris. 
I Glaucoma. 



8 

1 Strabismus. 

1 

1 

3 Congenital Cleft Palate 

i Nasal Polypus. 

2 Membranous Croup. 

1 Aneurism Arch of Aorta. 
1 Cut-throat, Suicidal. 

3 Talipes. 

I Comp. Depressed Fracture. 

3 Depressed Fracture 

I Gunshot "Wound. 

3 Pyothorax. 

i Phthisis PulmonaHs, Pyothorax. 



to 

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STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



8T7MMABT OF OB8TETKIC tasks in L889. 
Then wen 

H ' l,i '" 06 Multiparas ge 

< " 1 " r "' 1 88 PrimipMw ra 

Tl "' r< ' vv '' rt ' '" ildngthe total number of t-nil.ltvn 

bora ITO. 



"■"■"MM* POBmoKS. 

(Lefl ( toe i|.it.>- a ii n-rior. 
';!-;" Ulterior JZZ'.'.Z.Z. 
Righl Ctecipito-i'osterioi 

>ooipUo-Posterior„.. 
uncertain 



119 



Fun- ■» I Bight Mento-Poetedor. 

i Bight Mento-Anterior _ 



,. | i interior.. 
Breech . ..m Righi Sacro-Anteiior. 
I Kixiilinir 



log. 
BbooWfif 1 | EUgfa) Dowo-Anterfor.. 



■CANNES <ik DRMVEBY. 



Naturally 

By Forceps 

Podalio Version 

Cephalic Version 

By Manual Traction 



.147 
14 

. 1 
. 1 



KOBTAUCT <>K MDTHEBS. 

Of tlie »B cases, 1 i„n t h,T> ,li,,l. aaMng a nmnaliiy of2J peroeofc 

CAUSE8 ..K DEATH. 

Acute Lobor Pneumonitis 

Acute Lobor Pneumonltia Crsemic ConvnMona .ZZ....Z. i 

Hepatic Abscess 

Acute Nephritis 



t;i:roirr <>/■ charity hospital— jsss. 41 



COMPLICATIONS -'I' 0OKF1NEMKNT. 

Delivered naturally withoni accident , W 

Cord around the neck — ■ ■■•• ■■-■• *" 

Prolapee of Cord ■ 

ration of Perineum W 

pii«t-]>iirtmii Hemorrhage • •■ ' 

[nertia of Pterns • " 

Eclampsia. • ® 

Rigid Perineum from Old Laceratlone •• 1 

Ri tained Membranes 

Hi-tuiiifil Pluwiita.. " 

The number of children born were 170. 

Mole SI Living Hi 

Female sil BtUl-born -■' 

Mosl of Hk' still-born children were delivered before the seventh 
month. 



I -J 



OF LOUI8IA 



TABLEAU 1. 

MONTHLY STATEMENT. 



[888 iZ I 

<| | I 

- < - 

,:ll - v , 648 47:! ~»W 

Pebroaiy , m .. sti .... 

5*«* 658 480 877 

ftP" 1 • <«1 487 80S 

R£ «M «1 

' • 557 

T"5 682 506 #15 

*"£"*: • • 528 488 434 

ja*s, ber '- a w 

''"' 658 590 

^" vv "l'"' r » 661 483 417 

57« 

T " ,i ' 1 588 5794 4828 



74 
SO 

7:: 

64 

si 
70 

-1 

84 



13 

VI 
in 
II 
12 

14 
13 
18 
20 
16 
21 



10 

it 
ii 
■") 
8 
5 
l«i 



8 
1 

6 
12 



920 171 



COMPARATIVE TABLEAU. 



1888. 



Admissions 

| ,is ' l; 

K"" 1 " 

Ii,rii, » 

,7~68~ 



K-:i. 



Admissions 5794 



Deaths. _ 

Births , i 71 

Coroner's (aqneeri 73 



REPORT OF CHARITY Hu.sl'ITAl. 



E8 



TABLEAU 

■„', tlu Rewecttoe Ages of Patients who Died fa the Charity 

j f ,,.</>!/<// in tht Fear issn. 



w 1 1 I'll'.. 



Am 



a = 



3& 






Under l year 

] v. ;ir t06 vc;il'- 

B years to 10 years, 
10 years t-> IS years 

15 years to 20 | 
20 years to 2-i yean 

25 years toSO years •> 

80 years to 4" years 8 

10 years to 50 years 

50 years to 60 years 



S .. 



l 
2 2 .. 

a b a 

.-, t I 

s in 6 
11 2J12 



60 years to 80 years... 
80 years to 90 years... 
90 years to 100 years.. 

juii upward 



»u> 



i 

- 



3 2 



3 

J 5 
.". I 
I 2 B 
i, 1 11 
8,10 5 



F 1 

2 I 

l i 



15,12 
7 !i 



T 1 U in 3 



Tllti ,l 88 41 48J88J40:S8 Wi3_8i58 



22 

8 
2 

8 
is 

18 

l:i 
T!l 

»0 
96 



I4i32|5: 



tng th> Ecspecltw 

Hospital in the Year i/tsv. 



TABLKA1' 

.. Patients who Died in <!•> Charity 



COIiOBED. 



— _ - 

g -C >. i >. ~a £ ■ > c 5 

" 5 : : : 7 t ,: i; c 



4±9.<- 



Gnder l year 

i to 5 years 

.-, in 10 years 

in t« l"> years 

15 to 20 years 

20 to 25 years 

*J.") to 80 years 

80 to W years 

m to 50 years 

,-,n to BO years 

mi in mi years 

80 to ; ,<] years 

90 i" 100 years 

100 years upwards. 



2 






6 8 2 
2 1 1 

■j a s 



1* 



l.-. It [213 



II.. 



Total.. 



i i 

I 5 

U s 

I 7 

14 
3 



32-21 W27 



B 

28 
in 
17 
71 
57 

8 

8 



32 417 



44 •//: OF LOUISIANA. 



Nativity of Patient* Admitted from January l u, December SI, 1889 



United States. 



A?fc:.::::::::: ! ? " l4 s 7 1:i l4 12 lfl |:: : 

\rk»H,« t s ::;::::;:;;;;;;;;;;;:;; ::::: "4 ;;;;; i ;;;; -7 ■-; i-s 

1 1 -y - - 

Connecticut 1 

Colorado - ■■■■ - 

Dist. of Columbia | " V V ' 

■*•*«« ■"»:::: :::::::::...!::::: -7. 

'J'"'" 1 : 1 8 -| 3 I 5 l| f'l 

H££ 1 1 1 1 1 V 

Indian Territory i ] " " 

Kansas, ., ' ". ■■ 

F e S5 ckjr ...ZZ.Tl7|"ri'l4l""6| 7 to 4 1- 7 "in 5 

;; , " Milll; '; ll'i 152 191 184 187 178212181 209200147 

-ii 1 — • niri , 7 s - 1 , .. , 

3 :: 2 . i 7 ' 5 r, [ l\ 

Michigan 2... 11 5 :. , 

»»"V: ■ -■-■■... "'i' I " " ' 

N'w Hampshire 1 I 

^iva^:;;;;;;;:;;;;;;; { • ', Va 

Rhode Island ....... " / 4 ' 4 *' " B 

:7." mtl Carolina e '"$'"47 "4 "5" V 

k^*"" - 2 2 tl * 1 ? 6 

\ Lrginia 

Vermont ... ..... 

Wisconsin "." j 



19 



JH": ' ] - 7 

805 287342311 13818830 



REPORT OF CHARITY BOSPITAL—im. 



46 



Xaticiti/ of Patients Admit ted from January 1 to Deeember 



EiaKKKS. 


a 

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— 


4; 


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84 




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1 
1 


1 


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..... 


1 

4 


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1 












1 


1 


2 
i 






1 


1 
2 


2 

1 


3 


1 


1 


18 




-1 






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2 

20 

21 

US 

1 
1 

1 


3 


s 

1 


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1 

"iTi 
"is 

21 

1 

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1 

1 
'is 

12 

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1 

1 


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2 


I 


27 


< 'iiinii 




I 


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Hi 14 

tl! Ki 

2 



..... 

1 

lo 

41 


.... 


1 






1 
21 

"22 

56 

1 

..... 


] 


1 

7 


14 


si 


20 25 

1 

86 2r. 
81 58 

1 


20 188 

1 




89 

1 
..... 



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1 


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..... 


1 
2 




















1 


1 




34 
2 


27 42 
in k 

4 9 


18 




82 

14 
..... 


3 

2 


59 

17 
2 

1 


411 -12 88 
16 2-3 18 


1! 
17 

1 

"i 

8 

1 
1 
2 

£ 

1 
.... 

1 

[91 


51 

2% 
1 


618 




m 


Mexico ♦ . 







17 


1 


3 


i 

1 

.... 

1 
i 


. ... 

8 

!l 

! 
" 

2 


7 






8 




1 


2 

.... 

i 

■ 
S 

"5 


,'i 

1 

" 1 

"i 

4 


4 

L 
4 




1 





3 

1 
..... 

'. 
1 


1 

1 

..... 

T 

■' 
1 


2-i 


Newfoundland .... 


'"a 

i 

7 

: 
1 

I 


" "] 

2 

■ 

a 
i 

s 


1 
1 

4 
1 

L 

'"1 

1 21 


1 

2 
;i 
4 


18 
89 




27 


South America 


2 
1 


] 
Hi" 


j 


■- 
121 


' 


1 " 
21s 22> 


2 

197 


11 
1984 






STATE 03 LOUISIANA. 



Employment ■■/ Patient, Admitted during (hi Y..„ 



Agents 

Artiste 

Actor I 

Blacksmiths in 

Bakers 

Brokers. , .* 

Boilermakers 4 

Miirt.ti.l. a j- 

Barbers 

Bricklayers 

Butchers ., 

Bookbinder, I 

■ . 1 

Cooks,. -ii 

.i 

Clerks 

Carpenters 

' ''mjM-r-. 

Cabinet Makers g 

Collector! 2 

Cotton inspector I 

< "jif> Driver* ( 

■ ;l— (•!'- ;; 

Driven In 

Cigar Makers 

n Marker I 

Caulkers 

Civil Bngii I 

is Man I 

stable t 

■ii Weigher 1 

Draymen g 

Dentists g 

I druggists j 

Drummers g 

Dairymen , 

Engineers ^7 

Farm -^ 

Firemen g 

Fishermen .,.. J3 

Flatboatman :.. i 

Factory Boy \ 

- ;;| 



Grocers. 4 

2 

itter 1 

EXostlers ,■•; 

Journalists 

Jewelers g 

Laborers 

Locksmiths g 

Lighl House Keeper 1 

Lawyer 1 

:i 

lanles 22 

Moulders ;> 

Merchants. |s 

Mi-~>i|.j,r |»,,v ] 

Musicians ..,..,... ii 

Masons. 1 

Millers 2 

Mind's 2 

Medical Student ] 

Minister 1 

Newsboys g 

' »y-ter Dealer 1 

mer. 1 

Painters.... 45 

Plasterer. 1 

Peddlers 12 

Printers 

Purser j 

Physicians 6 

I'M.. I ] 

Photographs - 2 

Police Officer 1 

oad Men /it 

M:ikiT 1 

Reporter 1 

Sailors 

Steward 1 

Behoo « 

Shoemakers 14 

School Boys 29 

Steamboat Men 

Saddlers 1 



BEPOm 01 CMAJBITY ETOSPJ3AL-1S8S. 



/■;„</-''»/"" "' "f r " f ''■"'■ s ~ < '"><("«" i! - 



Ship Carpenter 1 

Stenographers 2 

Shipping Agent 1 

Swampers 8 

Btone Cutters 5 

Tailors 4 

Telegraph Operators " 

'1 insmiths... 

IHiml States Marshals - 



Upholsterers - 

Veterinarian - 

Waiters ,:; 

Watchmen - 

Wheelwrights - 

Watchmaker 1 

Total Employments 1<»i 






STA TE OF LOUISIANA. 



REPOBT OP DISEASES. 



'I. a i I KK. 



u 


Patients 


~ 


Discharged. 




N 


DC 




— '-. 

\ 




IB 


> 


^- 


" — 


L. 


f3^ 


*w 


zi 


~ 


— 


s 


— 


^ 


t>* 


— 



|w|c| W |C|w]» 



I. DISEASES AM* FEVEE8. 

uia, < ihronle . I 

Ansernia, Pernicious ' ' 

Vl-VlT... 

Diphtl .. 

Rrysipelaa, Fa< 



■1 1 



•>i Arm 

Erysipelas of .\ ni i. Thigh and Penis 

slpelas of Leg 
Erysipelas, Phlegmonous ...."" 

-i|N'las, Phlegmonous of Leg 



nil Debility ami Dementia. 

ul , 

Inanition ',',,....,,'. 

Leucocj theemia " 

Malarial ! 

Malarial Intermix 

Malarial Intermittent Fever, D'bie Quotld'n 1 

Malarial Intermittent Fever, Tertian 

Malarial Intermittent Fever, Irregular 

Malarial Intermittent Hydrocele, Double!! ... '.'.' 
Malaria! Pernicious Fever 

Malarial Remit fcenl Fi ver " 

Malarial Toxses !!!""! [5 1 

mitteot Fever. Diarrha 


Rachl ".".'.".".'!!!."!'" 

Rheumatism, Acute ....!."! 1 

Rheu leute 

Rheumatism, Chronic ,.,', 

Rheumatism, Articular, Acute ..".!!! 

Rheumatfs i,i,- 

Rheumatism, Mascular, Acute. .'.'. 

Rheumatism, Muscular, Chronic 

uuuitlsni, Syphilitic 

Rubeo .......„...! 

Senility ........ 

Senility. Kronchitis, (Tin 
Ulty. Diarrhrua, < bronic 



2i. 






1 3 

2 

'.'. 1 



S 1 

1 .. 



: 



1 4 :i 

296J7Gi2S! 81 2 M 1 1 

.... I 

21540 15 .{ I 1 

2 2 16 2 

i: 1 1 6 . 1 % i 

145 17 87 18 18 6 7 1 

11.. 



17 2 ! . 
Ill 

I I 

18 5 Hi 5 

1 ... ir, II 

■ I 2 



1 



31 18-18.28 
.. 1 
.. 1 
8 I 

.. 1 



BEPOSi of CMAiiiiY irosriT.tr- 



4!» 



REPORT OF DISEASED— Continued. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



a 



Patients* 
Discharged. 



W 1 C 



GENERAL DISEASES AND KKVKltS. 



Gangrene of Foot..., 
ivni' of Feet. — 
rene of Toes 

I [emlplegia 

imbecility 

I osanity 

Malaria) Fever 

Nephritis, Chronic... 

Stricture of Urethra. 

Ulcer of Leg 



Senility. 

Senility. 

Senility. 
I i i y . 
Senility. 
Senility. 
Senility. 
Senility. 
.ility. 
Senility, 
Sen it'n i' wis. 

Scorbutus 

Septicemia 

ii Eemla. Stricture <•( Urethra. 

Spermatorrhoea 

Typho-Maiarial Fever 



M 
= 

c 



1 



1 

> 

a 



n 1 1 -| wK'iw|c w|c 



5 



TUMORS. 



Carcinoma of Breast 

Carcinoma of Cervical Region 

Carcinoma >>i' Bar 

Carcinoma of Hand 

Care ma i>r inferior -Maxilla , 

i iardnoma of Mediastinum , 

Careiuoina of Mesentery 

rcinoma "(' Rectum 

i areinouis ofStomacb 

Carcinoma of Tarsus 

Carcinoma of Tongue 

Carcinoma of Uterus I .. 

Carcinoma of Vagina and Bladder I 

Carcinoma •fWrlst Joint 

Cyst "i' Broad Ligament , 1 • 

Encephal ia 

Epithelioma of Ann 

Epithelioma of i tavicular Region 1 

Epithelioma of Elbow Joint ..!... I 

Epitlielioma of Eye 

Epithelioma of Face 1 



t 
g 

3 

.. 1 
1 8 






1 1 



1 2i. 



I :: 
I ... 






STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



EEPORT OF DI8FIASES—€ontiktted. 



N'jMKNCI.ATLRE. 



TUMORS. 



- 
- 



t 



Paiienta 

IH-.-liai'L'i-il. 



I 

C 



a, ~ 
B S 



£ 
s 



c 



W|c| W U:|wlt:lw| c 






Epithelioma of Fool ] , i 

Epithelioma of Leg 1 

Epithelioma of Ned 1 

Nose 1 

Epithelioma of Orbital Region 



Epithelioma of Peais 1 

Epithelioma of Tongue-. 1 

Epithelioma of Uterus ... .'.. 

Epithelioma of Vulva 



1. 



1 






2. 



Fibroma of Neck 

Fibroids of Uterus ,. 

Keloid TumoT of Ear 

Keloid Tumor of Foi 

Lipoma of Back 

Lipoma of Cervical Region 

Lipoma of Bead 

Lipoma of Thij . 

Lipoma of Shoulder 

Lj mpho-Sarcoma of Neck """""" ... 

Malignant i irowtb of < Tl.ii ..............1 

Malignant Tumor of Small intestines ] 

Walignanl Tumor of Sigmoid Flexure 1 

Malignant Growth ofT 

Myi i n- 

if axilla.... 

i tsteo-Sarooma of inferior Maxilla 

i-Sarcoma of Neck 

Osteo-Sarcoina of Leg , „ 1 j 

Ovarian Cyst.. , 2 1 

of Bladder !.«!""!!"!!!!! '.'.'. .'.'. 

Sarcoma 1 3 

. 1 
■■■ma of Forearm. 1 1 

Sarcoma of Thigh. . . ... 1 



I ... 



.... l 
... 1 







2L 



ma of 'I ■ - 
Sarcoma of Thyroid Gland .. 

ma of Wrist and Arm ... 
-nis ui' Breast 

Sebaceous Cyst of Mark 

Sebaceous 1 'V-t of Head 

Tumor of Thyroid < ilniul 



1 I .... 



1 .... 



I! 



REPORT OF < UMHTY ST0SPITAL-18S9. 



EEPOUT OF DISEASES— Continued, 



ei 





ti. 


Patients 
Discharged. 


i 

5 


KOKEHCI*A!FUKE. 


3 

M 

* 

a 


1 


1 

= 


> 

c 

•— 

6 

"3 




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1 I* 


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DISEASES OF THE NEBVOOS SYSTEM 


4 




55 
10 


7 


B 
8 


... 


3 

7 
2 




6 

7 


i 














i 




1 
1 
































i 












i 










1 
2 


- 


.... 




7 


i 










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8 






























1 




1 








1 








8 

1 


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1 












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i 








1 
1 

2 

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... 






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1 
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7 


■J 

8 

1- 


■1 

3 


6 
2 

1 






8 


2 










11 


2 


i 










12 
8 
















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i 


1 

3 


a 


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■2 
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1 


8 

4 




















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8 

7 
1 

1 

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2 


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8 


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J 




8 



as 



STA //■: Of LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Co\TiNrED. 







Patients 
Discharged. 






NOMENC'LATIJ:!'. 


i 

■ 

Z 
=: 


1 

3 


i 
> 

1 

= 


> 

— 

a 

= 
p 


i 

5 

a 

£ 




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\v|c 


\v\v 


DISEASBSOFTHB NERVOUS SYSTEM 






■' 




1 
1 

2 














- 

4 




... 


i 


.... 


1 








2 








1 
1 




Neuralgia, 1 utercoBtal. 
Neuralgia, Malarial . .. 




i 








N. iii;i!viLi, Trl-fncial 

Neuraethemla 


1 












S 


... 


i 

2 


::: 
















I 














1 


.... 


.... 




J 


.... 


1 




a 


i 












Paralysis, General 


1 








ParalyBls of Lower Extremities 


1 

6 
















2 

1 
1 
1 
1 


- 
1 


7 
.... 

li 


2 


1 


1 


































21.... 
1 .... 


































■1 


1 




... 




Polio-Myelitis 


1 








.... 


t 










1 


1 


1 
1 






Sciatica 


1 
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Bpliial Sclerosis, Diffused 

S|iin;il Sclerosis, Posterior 


1 . 




1 










1 
. 1 




•2 






■1 


"•2 


•' 






















.... 

1 

1 


2 

... 

1 




Vertigo 




I 






1 




DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY 
ORGANS. 


. 


"] 


2 

_ 




Aneurism i ling A reh Aorl 

Aneurism ndinu Arch Aorta. 

Aneurism ot Abdominal Aorta 




1 
1 



BEP0R1 01 CHARITY flO&PITAL -ISS9. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



").•! 



M/MK.XI I.ATUBE. 



50 

a 



- 









Patients 
Discharged. 



DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORS 
ORGANS. 



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- 



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£ 

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Aneurism of Anterior Tibia] Artery 

Aneurism of Carotid Artery 

Aneurism of Innominate Artery 

Aneurism, Femora] ...,,... 1 

Aortic Insufficiency 

Aortic Obstruction 

Blue Disease. Perforated Foramen. 

I'iu'uhu- Dikmition, Irregular Heart 

Endoc Loute 



Eudocarditia, Chronic 

Epistaxis 

Hear! Failure : 

1 1 vpertrouhy of Hear) 

Mitral Insufficiency 

Mitral Insufficiency. Aortic Obstruction 

Mitral insufficiency. Endocarditis, Chronic 

Nlitml Obstruction 

Pericarditis, Acute - '2 

Phlebitis of Ann 

Thomboeis of Veins of Penis 

Varicose Veins of the Leg 

Varicose Veins of the Face 



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1... 



12 



1 .. 



IJI28 13117:21 36 
1 .... 2 



2 1 



DISEASES <>F THE BE8PIRATORY 
ORGANS. 



Asthma, Chronic 

Asthma, Spasmodic 

Bronchitis, Acute 

Bronchitis, Capillary 

Bronchitis, Chronic 

Bronchitis and Asthma. 
Bronchitis, Bub-Acute ... 

( iangrene of Long 

Hsemoptj 

Hydrothorax 

Laryngitis, Tubercular . 

Nasal Catarrh 

i Edema of Lungs 

Phthisis, Florida 

Phthisis, Incipient 



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1. 

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■1. 



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1 



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1 

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1 1 ... 

I 2 

1 ... 



2 . 
1 . 



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STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



KEPGKT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMBNCliATlTBE 



DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY 
0BGAH8. 



to 

£ 



- 



Patients 


Discharged, 






. 






T. 




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1 


£ 


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2 



Phthisis Pulmon&lia 

Pleurisy, Arm./ ., 

Pleurisy, Acute. Pericarditis 

Pleurisy with Effusion 

Pleuro-Pneumonla 

Pneumonia, Acute 

Pneumonia, Acute. Peritonitis 

Pneumonia, Chronic 

Pneumonia, Lobar, Acute '. 

Pneumonia, Lobar, Acute, Double 

Pneumonia, Traumatic 

Pneumo-Tborax 

Tracheo-Eronchltia ...!"■!„. 

Pyotborax [> 

DISEASES! OF THE DIGESTIVE 
ORGANS 

Asearis LumbricoMea 

Cholera Infantum 

< 'holers Morbus ['..... 

Cirrhosis of Liver ........"..., 

tlpation, Acute 

1 Constipation, Chronic 

1 olie, intestinal 

Diarrhoea, Acute ......'.„ 

Diarrhoea, Chronic , , 

Diarrhoea, Crapulous 

Diarrhoea, Malaria] 

Diarrhoea, Pub-Acute 

'i!< tv, Acute 

Dysentery, Chronic... 

Dysentery, Malaria] 

[>y.*ri!l<.'l'y. Siili-.V.-ute 

Dyspepsia, Acute. ., 

Dyspepsia. Chronic 

Entero-Cotltis 

Enteritis, Acute. 

( lastritte, Acute 

Gastritis. Chronic 1 

Uaatric Ulcer 

t''i«|<-:il Fistula , 



". 4 

.... 1 
14 Id 



183 78 
2 2,., 

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1.... 1 



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REPORT >>!■ CHAR 11 V HOSPITAL 



EEPOKT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMKNCLATUKE, 



11, 


Patients 






= 


Discharged. 




a 








■ 


B 






■c 


^ 


X 




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1 




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DISEASES OF THK DKiKSTIVE 
0B6AN& 



Fissure of Anas. 

Fistula in Ano ■' 

Hemorrhoids, External. 

Hemorrhoids, internal , 

Hepatitis, Acute 

Hepatitis, Chronic 

1 Ii.'Oiilii' A I '-CCKS 

Hepatic Abscess. Pregnancy 

1 [ernia, Femoral 

Hernia, [nguinal 

Hernia, Inguinal, < tblique 

] [ernia, Scrotal 

Hernia, Strangulated , 

1 [ypersemia of Liver 

H\ pertrophy of Tonsils 

Icterus..... 

[eterUS, .Malaria..... 

Indigestion-.. 

[nteatinftl Obstruction.., 

< EteophagltiB, i lengrenous 

Parotitis, Acute_ . 

Peri-Proetitis 

Peritonitis. Acute 

Pharyngitis, Acute , 

Pharyngitis, Chronic 

Proctitis 

Prolapse of 1 tectum 

Stomatitis, Acute.... 

Stricture of < Esophagus 

Stricture of Intestine 

Stricture of Rectum. 

Tfenia Si ilium, 

Tonsillitis, Acute 

Tonsillitis, Chronic 

Tonsillitis, Follicular 



i t 
3 "i 

7.., 



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DISEASES OF THE GENITO-URINARY 
ORGANS. 



Albuminuria 

Atony of Bladder. 



7.. 

a 

i.. 
i . 



2 

I 

I 



I.. 



1 1 



1 1 






i //; OF LOUISIANA. 



KEPOIiT OF DISEASE — n.vn: 



NOMEN4 I.ATtKK. 





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"= 


Discharged. 




s 








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DISEASES OF THEOENITO-URrNARY 
ORGANS. 



Bright's Dixeafte, Acute 

Hrift I se, ( 'Iumi, li 

■ 1 is, Acute. 

Itis, < hrotiic- ... 

Diabetes Mi-llim- 

Enlarged Prostata 

I ■".!! largl rl Prepuo 

Extrophy of Bladd< r _ 

Epididymitis, Acute 

Hteniaturia ... 

Hydrocele 

Hydrocele, Double 

1 1 1 i 1 1 1 - 1 n ■> - of t 'rim 

Irritation of Bladder 

Nepl 

Nephritis, Chn 

Nephritis, Diffused, Chronic 

(iritis, interstitial, < Ihronic 

ItritU, Parenchymatous, Can 

iritis, Tuhular, Chronic 

1 Orchitis, Acute 

Paraphimosis 
Phfmi 

Phimosis, ( 'di, 

Phimosis, Adherent Prepua 

Phimosis, Balanitis 

Retention of Urine.. _ 

ure of 1 'ri'ilirii 

Stricture of Urethra. I 
of Urethr 

nic ("iiiiui 
Vesical Calculus 



.„ 1 ... 

... 4.... 

1 1 .... 

... ?!.„. 

1 1 .... 






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I 



! 

1 ... 

1 

2 

4 2 :: :; Iftlia 

1 



in 
1 . 



1... 

II... 



! 7 II 



■ . ::; 

! I . 
L7 14 



... a a 

3 10 14 

... i .... 

"" .... .... 



5 1 



i 1 i 
1 ... 



1 



VENEREAL DISEASES. 





< 'hancre and Buboes . 

Chancre and Venereal U 

Chancroid and !'■ 

1 lhancroid. Phliiiuel - 



1... 



L 1 



7 •_■ . 



REPORT OF CHARITY iTOSPITAIr- 



REPORT OF DISEASED— Continued. 



nojte\*c:latt-rk. 



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q 

! 



c 






VEXEIIEAL DISEASES. 



Chancroid, Phagedenic 

Chancroids 

< Ihaneroids and Buboes 

Bubo 

Bubo, Phagedenic 

Bubo, Suppurating 

Buboes... 

Gonorrhoea, Acute 

i lonorrhoea, Chronic 

< lonorrhcea and Bubo 

( tonorrhcaa and Chancroid— 
Gonorrhoea. Epididymitis 

i tonorrhoaa. Orchitis 

( Orchitis, ' tonorrhoeal 

S3 phllis, I [ereditary 

Syphilis, Primary 

Syphilis, Secondary 

Syphilis, Tertiary 

Venereal Warts 



Patients 
Discharged. 



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- 

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a 
S 



i 



1 
- 
a 
« 



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1 



DISEASES OF FEMALE ORGANS OF 
GENERATION. 



Anteflexion Uteri 

Anteverslon Dteri 

Atresia <>— Uteri 

Endometritis, Chronic 

Laceration orCervix 

Laceration of Cervix and Perineum 

Laceration of Perineom 

Laceration of Perineum. Retroversion I ten 

Metritis, Chronic 

Metrorrhagia 

Pelvic Cellulitis, Acute 

Pelvic Cellulitis, Chronic... 

Pelvic Cellulitis. Retroversion Uteri 

Pelvic i tamatocele 

Pelvic Peritonitis 

Pari-Uteriue Inflammation. Cervicitis 

Peri-Uterine Cellulitis 

Prolapsus Dteri.. 



ii 



a 



2 



81 II 



I I 



1 

ft!... I 
22 21 I 2 - 






STATE 01 An/ 7A7.LV. I. 



REPORT OP DISKASF^S— CoNTihTTED. 





60 


Patients 
Dischargt 


d. 




NllMKNCI.ATURK. 


— 

a 

i 

- 


i 


1 

)— 1 


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> 

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5 


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5 

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DISEASES OF FEMALE ORGANS or 
GENERATION. 










1 ... 


1 

! 




Procidentia Uteri 




1 










1 










Oophorltla, ( Ibronic 








1 ... . 




Retroversion Uteri 




1 




■1 I 
2... 
1 




Retroversion Uteri. Prolapsus! terl 






Pelvic Cellullt 










Recto-Vaginal Fistula 










1 ... 


1 


Bub-Involution of Uterus 


























Palpin iute, I ><>ul>U- 
















Salpingitis, i 'hronie 










" 






\ uginal I icclnalon 














2 




g 

1 


12 






DISEASES AN)) OONDfHONS AT- 
TENDING UTERO^GESTATION. 




Abortion. Bclampaia 






7 , 














UN, 




Pregnancy 

nancy. Diarrhoea, Chronic 


IT 


7 


57 . 




B 1. 


. 1 

1 


Pregnancy. Lobar Pneumonia 












' 


Pregnancy. Nephritis, Chronic 














1 


uncy. Phthisis Pulmonalis .... 














1 


Puerperal Fever 




1 


2 

1 


::. 




I - 




Puerperal Fever. Retained Placenta 






DISEASES OK Till: IJONKS. JOINTS 
AND BURH 

Ankylosis of Knee Joint ,... 










Ankylosisofl >-m|H-m-M axillary Articulation 
Arthritis of Ankle Joint, Acute 












1 


1 


1 










i 


I 




1 


Arthritis of Elbow Joint 


1 


1 
1 






Arthritig of Knee Joint, Acute 


a 


1 


1 1 . 
1 


. 1 .. 










Arthritis of Knee Joint, Suppurative. Ani- 














. 



REPORT OF GMAMITY K0SPITAL-18&. 



59 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



SO 

g 
a 
"3 

a 

ii 
x 



= 

— 



W 



Patients 

Disclnirtrid. 



5 

u 
= 
D 



1 

£ 

— 



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I 

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a 

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— 



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DISEASES OK TIIK BONES, JOINTS 
AND BllIS B. 



6L 



Arthritic BhesnnilrtoW 

Arthritis ofWrisi Joinl 

Bursitis >>!' Patella Bursa, Suppurative ., 

of Dorsal Vertebra 

■ of Femur 

Caries of Finger Phalanx 

Caries of ill • ■ 

Caries of Qs-Calcls.. 

Caries of tarsal Bones 

i Sarles ofTibia. 

Curvature of 'Spine 

.Hon of Bub-Patella Bursa 

Genu-Varus 

Housemaid's Knee 

Hydrarthrosis of Knee Joint 

Hygroma 

Hj pkosis Qlhbus 

Morbus Coxarius ■ 

Morbus Coxarius. Pysemia 

Necrosis of i arpus 

Necrosis of Elbow Joint ■ 

I Facial Bones 

Necrosis of Frontal Bone* 

Necrosis of Femur 

Necrosis of Finger Phalanx 

Necrosis of Humerus 

Necrosis of Malar Bone 

Necrosis of Maxilla 

Necrosis of Metatarsal Bone 1 

Necrosis of Metatarsus. Chronic Nephntat 

Necrosis of Nasal Bones 

Necrosis of OB-Calds 

Necrosis of Ribs 

Necrosis of Scapula 

Necrosis of Tibia.... 

Necrosis of Ulna 

Periostitis ; 

Synovitis of Ankle .bunt, Chrome 

Synovitis of Knee Joint, Acute 

Synovitis of Knee Joint, Chronic 

Talipes Varus 







1 

1 1 



2 2 



so 



S3 ATE Of In I T81ANA. 



BEJPOBT OF DISBASBS-Cohwkued. 



NOMKM l.A'l fju:. 






a 

- 



Patients 
Discharged. 



s. i l. a 



w[c| w Utjw|clw|c|w|ci 



DISEASES OK THE BONES, JOINTS 
AND BUBSSI. 



es Varus, Double 

Tulterculosis of Elbow Joint, Suppurative 

Tuberculoids ><( Knee Joint i 

DISEASES i»i THE SKIN. 



Dermatitis, Puatuloea 

Dermatil I 

Dermatitis Bolani , ".'.'..". ".. 1 

Dermatitis Venerata ...", ...'. 2 

Klill;. 

Eczema of Breast I 

Eczema of Face | 

Eczema of Foot 

Eczema of Eland 

Eczema of Leg "".'."'. C,. "... I 

Eczema Pustulosuni '.."..'..'.'.'.'. II 1 

n.'i Flu brum. ] 



1 

.... 


I 


1 



.- i 

i 



Ec» alp 

Boxen urn 

j Squamous 

Ecserua Squamous of Eland 

Eczema Vesiculosum 

Elephantiasis i irsecornm .... 

Elepbantiaals of Fool 

Klephantlasigof Leg 

Favus ] 

I terpes, Gestation is 

Herpes ProgenltaJls 

Herpes Zoster 

Lepra Tuberculosa -i 

Lupus of I ■"" i 

is i Corporis 
Psoriasis 






I 



2 
1 .. 







It 

... 1 

1 1 



1 ... 

II: 



Psoriasis of Fool 

if Leg 

aniatUc 



n 






RlirOUT OF riiMnrv WO!8PITA&-im, 



fil 



BEPOBT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



MIAII'N, I.ATfRi:. 



a 

"3 

a 



- 
- 



w|c 



TOXIC DISEASES. 



Patients 
Discharged. 



- 



— 



a 



1 

- 



DISEASES OF THE EYE. 



DISEASES OF LIDS. 



Entropion. 



[HSKA.SKS in-' i'(iN.HXrTIVA. 



riiiiji tivitis, Chronic, Granular. 

Conjunctivitis, Acute 

Coujunctivitia, Sonorrhceal. 

Conjunctivitis, Traumatic 

m Conjunctiva 

Pinguecula 



B I 



'.cunvM.u. Ai'i'Ai; \ i 08. 



Lachrymal Abscess 

DIfi OOBKEA. 



Keratitis, Chronic......... 

Keratitis, Interstitial.... 

Keratitis, Phlyctenular. 

Keratitis, Ulcerative 

Kerato-Conjunctrritts.... 
Staphyloma, K. E 



c [w|c1vy|uJw|u 



Arsenica) Poisoning, Suicidal 

Bromidla Poisoning, Suicidal ■■■■ ' 

Carbolic Add Poisoning, Suicidal 

Chloroform Poisoning 

Lead Colic 

Lead Poisoning.... ■ 

Lead Poisoning, Chronic 

Opium Habit 

i i|,iiini Poisoning, Suicidal 

Ptyaliam, Mercurial 

Rhus-Toxfcodendrum Poisoning 

Mercurial Poisoning, Suicidal. 



2!, 
5 



. 1. 

. 2 



« 

Z 



J24 



62 



S1ATE <>!■ LOUISIANA. 



HE FORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



% 




Patients 
] tfacbarged. 






NOMENCLATURE. 


3 

1 
a, 


1 

u 
3 

O 


i 

ft 

- 

£ 


> 


u 

S 
a 


5 

s 

q 


i 




w 


< I J W | O 


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<■ 


DISEASES OF III!': EYE. 

DISEASES i>|- i hkni:a 






• 


1 
1 

J 


1 
] 

1 

1 
2 

1 
2 

.'1 
1 
6 

1 
.... 


"2 

1 

1 


1 
S 


.... 


.... 
.... 




staph thary , 






.... 


*»■■ 


2 




I'l- [RIB, CILIABY BOOT AND 

Iritis Plastic, S| Iflc 


.... 






[rldo-4 iyelitis 



Choroiditis, Chronic 


.... 

1 
1 


.... 




GLAUCOMA. 




5 


8 


7 




DISEASES OF LENS. 




'"at;,:. I;|r 




math 


.... 




2 


.... 












1 

1 


"l 

1 

"I 


.... 

1 
.... 

2 


.... 




Cataract' L. E. B.E. Phthtafa liulhi 






BLSKASi:-; in- OPTIC \Kilvi: AM> RETINA. 








DISEASES OB WHOLE EYE BALL. 




"" 





.... 




Traumatfc Disorganization pf 1!. E 


.... 


UNCLASSIFIED. 





REP0B1 01 0BABIT2 WQ&PITAL-18&. 






REPORT OP DISEASES— CONTINUED. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



6b 


Patients 






a 
S 


Discharged, 








3 


I 


M 

m 
a 


i 

s 

c 


I 

a 


> 

£ 
3, 

S 

-—i 

a 


u 

3 
a 

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1 


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w i 



DISEASES OF EAB AND NOSE. 



Middle Far Inflammation 

Middle Ear Inflammation, Chronic. 
Ozena 



LOCAL DISEASES AND INJURIES. 



Abscess, Abdominal -■■•■ 

Abscess, Alveolar 

Abscess of Axillary Region 

Abscess at Body, Multiple... 

Abscess of Buttock 

Abjtcess of * alcaneum 

Abscessof ( ervleal Region 

Abscess of Chest 

Abscess of Elbow 

Abscess »l" Fact' 

Alwel-S (if Flint 

Abscess of Groin 

a I ,-.,-,--, it luteal 

Abscess, Iliac 

Abscess of Inferior Maxilla 

Abscess of Kuperior Maxilla 

Abscess of Inguinal Region 

Abscess, Interdigita] ■ 

Abscess, [schio-Rectal Region 

AbscesBof Knee 

Abscess of Leg, Erysipelas 

Abscess of Lumbar Region 

Abscess, Mammari I 

Abscess of Mastoid Process 

Abscess of Neck 

Abscess, Palmar 

Abscess, Pelvic 

Abscess. Peri Rectal 

Abscess. Perineal 

Abscess, Peri-Typhlitlc 

Abscess, Plantar 

Abscess, Popliteal 

Abscess of Prepuce. 

Abscess, Psoas 



1 1 

1 



1 1 

I 



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64 



STATE 01 LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Oo.\Tisubd. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



LOCAL DISEASES AND INJURIES. 



i 



wj I 



Patients 
Discharged. 



9 
- 



w \v 



1 

> 
E 



p. 

a 

Is 



W || w|< 



1 

a 



W|U 



-- of Scrotum, 
At— upnv-Ckivk 



i .. a). 






! 



I 



I 



Adenitis, Tubercular ;» ... 

Adenitis of Neck, Tubercular " i 

Adenitis of inguinal Region I 

Aiiilniiii. Amputation of Toe I 

Anthrax of Bach 1 






Amputation of Toe. 
Bite "i" Ann. Y.v 

( arbunclc , ' ■_» 

Carbunele of ttacfe ........ ...'.". 2 

( vnit-iii Cellulitis, Suppurative . 

< 'luiivni 'a I lis use of Foot ] .'. 

Chqpart'a Amputation I 

Cleft-Palate 

Contraction of Hamstring Tendon 

Contraction of Kmv 

Bite of Arm, Erysipelas 
Dog BiteofHand ' 

Hit'' i !' Hand 

Bite of Fee) 

Frosl Bite of Feel and Band. Amputai 

of Lea 

Furuncle of Thigh '"".'.'".. 

Foreign Body In Throai . ] ... 

Uangrene of Arm a in I Band 



I 



1 



■in' of Kilmers 

Gangrene of Leg.. 

imputation of Thigh. 
Gangrene of i'nui •_> 

< 'iiiiKreiie of Font. AiiipulHiion 

i langrene of Toe, Senile 

< langrene of Toes 

Hygroma , 

Lupus ol' Nose 

Qoma of Cervical Region 

Oligemia , 

Onychia 

Potts' 2 



i 



1... 



... 



REPORT 01 CI! Ah' /'I V HOSPITAL- 



65 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMEN'CJj ATU RE. 



P 



- 



w\q 



LOCAX DISEASES AND 1N.IFUIES. 



Sinus of Buttocks, Suppurative. 

Sinus of Gluteal Region 

Siuikt- Bite of Foot 

Snake Bite of Leg 

Sacro-IUae Disease 

I rieer of Ann 

Ulcerof Ankle. 

Ulcer Hi' Face 

Ulcer of Face, Rodent. 

I Fleer "i" Feel 

Ulcer of Fool 

Ulcer of Forearm 

Ulcer of Beel 

Ulcer of Leg 

Ulcer of Leg, < Shronie 

- uf Legs 

Ulcer of Leg. Indolent 

Ulcer of Leg. Syphilitic 

i la rof Neck 

Ulcer of Nose, Rodent 

Ulcer nf Rectum 

Ulcerated Stump 

of Shoulder 

Ulcer of Thigh.... 

Ulcer of Vulva 

Whitlow of Finger 



1 l 



Patients 
Discharged. 



3 



- 

1 

— 

a 

'_ 
p 



\v [o<w[olw| i- 



■a 

s 



p 



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BURNS ANli BCA1DS. 



Hum of Arm 

Burn of Back, Second Degree i 

Burn of Back and Hand, First and Sec i 

Degrees ■ ;!— 

Bum of Back and Thigh, First, Second and 

Third Degrees • ■ 

Burn of Body 

Kuril of Body and Legs 

Bum nf Extremities. Tetanus 

Burn of Face ■■■ 

Burn "f Face, Neck and Hand, Second l>e- 




28 

:; 
3 

1 



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.. i 
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66 



STATE OF LoriSlASW. 



KEPOKT OF DISEASES— Continued. 





3 


Patients 
Discharged. 






KOMBNtLATDRE, 


3 

a 

ts 

a 

V 

8 
- 


i 

H 

s 

O 


i 

s 

1—1 


1 

a 

s 

= 

ID 


5 

a 
.2 

« 

- 




wtc 


w. 





w | c I W I o 


W 


C 


LOCAL DISEASES AND INJURIES. 

BCBNB AND SCALDS, 

Burn ni' Face, Ann and Leg, Second and 
Third Degrees 




1 
















Burn ni' l-'ju-,., Hands and Feet, Third and 




1 
1 














Burn ol econd Degree. - 








Burn of Foot. Second Degree 






1 
2 

1 


1 




























Burn of Hand, Fifth Degree 


1 






2 












Burn of Hand and Face, Finn" and Second 
Degrees 




Burn of Hiincl, Kaiv and li:ic-k, First, Second 
















1 










1 


1 


l 


























t 


Burn of Nates, Fifth Degree 










i 


















i 
1 














< ONTP8ION8. 






2 








1 


1 












Con1 usion of Ankle 






-1 
1 


1 


a 


... 


1 


... 




Contusion of Ankle and Fool 














1 
2 














Contusion of Back 


1 




5 

1 
2 

] 




2 














Contusion of Chesl 






... 


^ 


J 


... 


... 


... 


















1 














Contusion of Elves 




1 

a 


i 
i 














1 
















Contusion of Fool 






4 


■1 


... 


1 
















( Miii usinn of Head 


1 




i 
i 

2 

1 




... 


1 





























































REPORT OF CSABITY HOSPITAL- 1885, 



BEPOKT OF DISEASES— OOKTIKTIKB. 





a 

*i 

Z 


Patients 
Discharged. 








I 


S 


MiMIlM 1. tTUBE. 


i. 
« | C 


U — 

= 




r. 




\v i • \vr\i lw|< 


w|u 



LOCAL DISEASES AM) INJURIES 



IONTI 'SluNS. 



( 'Milt 
I'lllll 
I ''.HI 

Com 

< out 

< 'mil 
Cunt 
( 'nut 
('out 

i 'out 



UHIOII 

usion 
ualou 

union 
usion 
ii~i.ui 
usion 
1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 
union 
union 



of 1 I j|i 

of Hip and Knee 

of Head and Back 

nC Kurt- 

ni' Leg .... 1 

of Perineum 

ofScrofcum and Perineum... 

of Side 

ofThigh ... 

of Toe , 



] ... 1 
1 4.... 



I 

1 
I I I 

:i 

1 I 



liiM.oi : vtiii\>. 



l>inl< 
Dial 
Disli 
Dial 

Disl) 

hi-l. 
Ui.<l 

ni-]' 

Dial* 
Dial 

Iii-I. 



K'UllOII 

ical ion 
nntion 
►cation 
•cation 

n-attnn 
i h ■ . . I i . iii 

ii'iirii.u 

•cation 

li'ill inn 

•cation 
•cation 



i 



of Cervical Vertebra 

nl' Humerus, Subglenoid 

of < 'lavlcle 

of Elbow, Backward i 

of Femur i 

tout. Fracture of lisdius.,, i ... 

nl' ] 1 i)i I 

of Hip. Fracture of Femur 

of Spine 

of Toe l 

ni t Ina. Amputation of Arm j 

of Wrist i .... 



l-ra. 

Fracture 

Fracture 

Fni' 

Fracture 

Fracture 

Fracture 

r*raeture 

Fracture 

Fracture 

Fracture 

Fraotura 

Fracture 

Fracture 



CKACTCKES, SI.\li>],K. 

of Acromion Process i 

of Base of Skull I 

of Clavicle :i i 1 ] .. 

of Clavicle and Humerus 2 

of Cervical Vertebra 



of Femur u 

of Femur and Patella 

of Femur, tntraH iapsular 

of Femur. Shock... 

of Frontal Hum- , 

of Humerus li... ] 

of Leg l 

"i Legs 

of Internal Malleolus i .( 



II 

I 



i . 





:; ' 



i i 
l.... 



.... 



flg 



SI ATE 01 LOUISIANA. 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Oontikxjed. 





i 


Patients 
Discharged. 




KOHENCLATI'KK. 


a 

■I. 

a 
- 


i 

M 

3 

) « 


I 

1 
— 


- 

S 

q 


1 

5 




w 


c 


W 


r|w[ruv|i 


DOCA1 DISEASES AND IN.i U'JKS.;, 

PRACTUBHS, SI Ml' MS. 

Fracture of Nasal Bkmeand Hard Palate 


■1 
1 


.... 


I 

g 




i 
.... 

% 
% 










2 






Pott's Fracture. Dislocation of Tibia. 


I 


.... 


1 

2 
] 


1 
1 















::: 













Fracture of Ribs, tnterna] Hemorrhage. 






i 






1 

e 

i 

i 


.... 
■> 

.... 

1 


i 








2 
l 

.... 

i 
i 
i 

1 

2 
I 

"i 


i 









1 


.... 








... 1 ... fl 2 






"a 
\ 

2 

.... 

;:: 


i . 

:\ s 


Friu'Uirc "f Tiliia 

Fracture of Tibia iimi Fibula 


2 
8 


] 

8 


n 

4 

1 

1 
1 


... 1 




0OMPO1 KD 1 RACTUKBS. 

Comp, Fracture of Big Toe. Amputation— 




... 
.... 




.. 


















] 


.... 


... 










i ... 

g .... 











8 

1 
l 
1 

1 
1 


2 

2 

.... 






.... 


... 






i i 


COMPOUND OOMMINOTKD PBACTOBJBB. 














p, Com. Fracture of Tibia and Fibulu... 






2 




... 







L'M'Oirr <>r CHARITY HOSPITAL -tSS9. 






REPORT OP DISEASES— Continued. 





si 

a 
|9 


Patients 
Discharged. 






NOMKNIXATIK]-. 


S 
1 

□ 
.2 

Cl, 


O 




I 

= 


•6 

9 
Q 

£ 
c 

w 

- 




W 




w jc|w]olw|o|w 


c 


LOCAL DISEASES AND INJURIES. 

KAll.lto.W* IN.II lili:-. 

Railroad Cndnryof \rm 




















Railroad Injury of Abdomen and Thigh 


















i 


i 
1 






1 





i 


... 


... 


... 


... 


■ 








- 










i 
i 












■' 


Railroad tnim-v of Legs 


2 






























1 




Railroad Jniun of Leg and Foot. Amputa- 








l 












Rallroad Injury of Thigh and Fool 


















i 






















i 


SPRAINS. 


S 


1 


1 
8 

] 
















2 


-i 


l 




























i 


















2 






















i 












WOUNDS, CONTUSED. 






" "i 


i 


























Wound, Contused 'if Foreama 


1 




i 

i 

i 
1 

i 




















i 

i 




































































WOUNDS, LACEBATBD. 

Wound. Lacerated of Arm. Amputation 


1 


1 


l 






l 












i 
i 








.... 




- 














STATE 01 LOUISIANA. 



BEPOKT OF DISEASES— Continued. 





ii 

"2 

§ 

Z 

■a 

* 


Patients 
Discharged. 




NOMENCLATURE. 


. s 1 

I 1 I 

o 1 z. — 


5 

c 

= 

* 

*> 




w|c 


w |o|w|clw|o|v|o 


LOCAL DISEASES AND IX.irKIKS. 









WOUNDS, LACERATED. 

Wound, Lacerated of Finger I 

Wouud, Lacerated ol Klnger* I 

Wound, Lacerated of Forearm i 

Wound, Lacerated of Fool 1 

Wouud, Lacerated of Hand 2 

Wound, Lacerated of Leg 2|„„ 1 1 

Wound, Lacerated of Up ... ] 

Wound, Lacerated of Rectum 1 

Wound, Lacerated of Scalp 1 2 ].. 

Wound, Lacerated of Toes I 



WOUKD8, OONTtfSKD AND LACERATED. 

Wound Contused and Lacerated, of Back 
and Thigh 1 .. 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Face.., ] 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Foot :'».... 1 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of I 
Amputation 1 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Hand 2 I 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Band, 
Amputation l 



i 



l 



Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of I 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of LI] 

Wound, ( kratuaed and Lacerated, of Scalp... 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Scalp, 
Alcoholism 

Wound, ('niilu.sed ;iiui Liiivrated, of Scalp. 
Erysipelas 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Scalp 
and Hand 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Tem- 
poral Region 1 , 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Stump 1 .... 

Wound, Contused and Lacerated, of Toes 1 2 2 l 



1. 



WOUNDS, GUNSHOT. 

Wound, ftunshot, of Abdomen 



2. 



Wound, Gunahot, of Ankle 1 



2 1 



EEPORI of- CHARITY HOSPITAL 



REPORT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



NOMENCLATURE. 









a 

- 



u|c 



Patients 
Discharged. 



s 



\\ v\\\ i- l\v|c 



W I 



LOCAL, DISEASES AND INJURIES. 



WOCNDB, la'NSIInl. 



Wound, 
Wmi ml, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
lock... 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 

Wtlllllll, 

Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 
Wound, 

W< l, 

Wound, 
Wound, 

Wound, 

Wound, 
Wound, 



(iimshot. i>l' Ann and Hark 1 

Gunshot, lit' Axillary Region 1 .... 

< runshot, of Hack 2 

Gunshot, of Buttock i 

Gunshot, of Chest 

Gunshot, of Cheat and Leg ] 

Gunshot, of Chest, Back and Arm 

Gunshot, of Elbow 1 

Gunshot, of Face I 1 

Gunshot, of Pace and Shoulder 

Gunshot, of Face, Back and Hut- 



2 4. 

■a"a'. 



( iii ns hiii, ill' Foot ] 

Gunshot, of Forehead 

Gunshot, of Hand ... 

Gunshot, of Head 

Gunshot, of Head Suicidal 

i lunshot, of inferior Maxilla. ) ... 

Gunshot, i>i' Knee and Arm i 

Gunshot, of Leg 4 ... 

Gunshot, of Legs 

Gunshot, of Leg. Tetanus... 

Gunshot, nf Lungs 



Gunshot, nt' Neck, 

Gunshot, of Shoulder 

< lunshot, ofScrotura 

Gunshot, ofThigh 1 

Gunshot, nf Tibia 

I lunshot, of Wrist 



I I ... 8. 

111.. 

2 

8 3 1 I 

I 

I 



WOUNDS, [NOSED. 



Wound, incised, of Abdomen 

Wound, incised, of Abdomen, Neok and 

Hand 

Wiiuin I, I nii>i.'i|, of Ankle. 

Wound, [noised, of Ann 

Wound, incised , of Hack 

Wound, 1 lii'isiil, of Chest I. 

Wound, incised, of Chest and Arm I, 



2 1 1 



■2 ,. 



II... 



::."" 



12 



vy.l //; OF LOUISIANA, 



iiKPOKT OF DISEASES— Continued. 



nomknclati:kk. 



\h DISEASES ANU INJURIES 



WOINHS, [XCISKD. 



a 

I 

35 



S 






Patients 




Discharged. 








i 


i 


t 


1 


> 
£ 

§ 


5 

B 
B 


H 


*-* 


■jj 


s 


w 


1 


p 




w [oiw|olwiolwl«j 



Wouud, [ncised, of Chest and Back I .... 

Wound, Incised, of Chest and Finger ... 1 

Wound, tneised, nf Ear I 

Wound, Incised, <>i" Bye-Lid t 1 

Wound, Incised, of Face 2-— , 

Wound, [raised, of Face and Hand. I 

Wound, Incised, of Foot -I ;: 1 I 1 

Wound, [ncised, of Forefaend I... 

Wound, Incised, of Forearm 2 

W I, [noised, of Head and Neck..... 1 

Wound, Incised, of Head and Leg 1., 

Wound, Indeed, of Head, Fracture of Skull I 

Wouud, Incised, of Hip . i ... 

Wound, [noised, of Leg g I ... . ... 

Wound, [noised, of Neck :;.... i 

Wound, [noised, of Neck (Suicidal) I .. 

Wound, tneised, of Nose and Ann l 

Wound, Incised, of Scalp t .... 1 1 1 2 ! — 

Wound,}Incised, of Thigh a l 

Wound, Incised, of Throat (Suicidal | 1 



WOUNDS, I'CVKTK.MIMi. 

Wound, Penetrating, of A iid< n ... 

Wouud, Penetrating, of Abdomen, Perfo- 

mi ing Small I ntestines 

Wound, Penetrating Chest 

Wound, Penetrating, of i ihest and Abdomen 

Wound, Penetrating, of Eye 

Won ml, Penetrating, of Knee Joint 

win nhs, I'iNcrruKii. 

Wound, Punctured, of Abdomen I 

Wound, Punctured, of Buttock I 

Wound, Punctured, of Chest 1 2j... 

Wound, Punctured, of Fool 2 

Wound, Punctured, of Foot. ^Tetanus 

Wound, Punctured, of Kofec 1 

Wound, Punctured, of Thigh l ... 



in POli'l OF CHARITY imsl'l !.\l. 



ltECAPITULATION. 



NOMENCLATURE. 



3 

"5 



Patients Diseliurged. 









| 



5 






3 



1-1 \l . 



[W | I w I <■ l w l <• I w I <■ i w 

Fevers and other General 

Diseases 320 " H > 264 72 90 65 

Diseases of the JTervous 



em 72 IB 109 30 94 21 91 34 



it - 8' 8 89 41 2S 



Diseases <>!' the < Urcula 
iniv Organs IT 

Diseases of i lie Respira- 
tory Organs 55 35 ts 88 97 4n 79 

Diseases of the Digestive 

Organs 87 8 207 76 116 28 

Diseases of the Genito- 
urinary Organs 18 3 26 21 61 29 

Diseases <ii' the Female 

Organs of Generation IS 1 .Li Is 21 is 17 

Diseases and ( kmditions 
Attending Utero-Ges- 
tation.... 17 8 112 si 8 

Venerea] Diseases 17 8 45 7 145 72 28 

Diseases of the Bo 

Joints and Bursas 21 11 



Toxic Diseases.. 

Diseases of the Skin 8 " 

Diseases of the Eye.. i". B 

I liseases of Fur ami Xnse I 

Loral Diseases ami I J t j U- 

riea .'.... sis 30 

< lases of Destitution and 

18 6 



IS 7 

11 18 11 



Malingerers., 
Total 



4.-.0 11-; 



34 18 11 
11 (I 3 
89 I 20 8 6 

27 IS us 22 U 
I) 

87 

110 
574 



:ilii 

it 



1887 



m| 169 si. 

ii (i 

1143)446 



n-17 



28 
39 

in 

in 

7 

■'< 
11 

8 

» 

! 

38 

IS 

281 



ill 
84 
43 
188 
60 
52 
1 

4 
ii 

8 
3 


11 


in 



508 



1 w 1 c 

si (840 183 

35 ISO 105 
135 



62 

117 
52 

n 

•1 
in 

S 

11 
1 




■12 





ir 



442 



127 
359 



460 171 

172 96 

77 U 

1-11 95 
238 ni- 
si 42 
36 i> 
72 7 
121 50 

:; 1 

128 -"in 
1507 1888 



i;i:m:i:.W. RECAPITULATION 

January 1st, 1889- -Patients 



Patients remaining Deo. 31st, 1889: 

Males— White 395 

Males — Colored il"! 



remaining |*">I 

Dec. Stat, 1889 -Patients ad- 
mitted 6794 

lilt", 

December 81, 1889.— Females White 166 

Patients Discharged 4928 Females- Colored 64 

Patients Med 920 

Patient-- remaining 597 21m 

6445 

Total of White mid Colored,.- 597 



:i 



STATE OF LOUISIANA. 



Ttihh- of Admission*, Disebargea and Dea&a for Fifty-eight Fmrs. 



Vk.i R, 



»18S2... 

is:;:-;... 
1884... 

1836... 

1838... 
1840... 
1841... 
18*2... 
1848... 
1844... 
IS45 .. 
1848... 
1847... 

1M4.H... 
1849... 
I860... 
1851... 

1854.... 
1856..., 

IS">7... 

1858..., 
1859.... 
1880.... 



— 
- 



S 
< 



262 
222 

228 
271 

288 
267 
314 



2,170 
5,841 

8,108 
1,687 
1,838 

-"..'til 

4,404 

5,840 

8,044 
11,890 

B2B [1,945 

609 I 

7l!i 18,478 

18,420 

18,086 

13.1H2 

9,432 

11.137 
B44 12,775 
1,000 



i 

- 



Vk.vk. 



ii 




__; 




5 




- 




— 


_ 








■~ 


.= 


* 


L 


— 


i 


'-3 


« 


^ 





-~ 



1,70a see 

3,617 1114 
1,745 1052 
1,999 I22»; 
1.188 



1,840 

■ l.iill 
1. 371 1 
8,093 
3.616 



I 121 1 
761 



3,672 10U 



401 
427 



K79 



5,448 
7,074 

10,01(1 

I*;. 7 
15,057 
10,788 
9,976 
9,703 
•Mini 
7,!)ll 

11,257 



13 

855 
2037 

l\: it 

-7 IS 

1 884 

1871 

3164 
2702 

1017 

1321 
1390 



1881.. 
1862.. 

rlSIIM.. 

1864., 

1865 . 

1866 , 
1867.. 

1869... 

1-71... 
1872... 
1873... 
1874... 
1875 .. 
1876... 

1.S77.. 

1879 .. 
1880... 
1881... 

1884... 

1889... 






891 



873 
128 
840 
738 

71 

708 
570 

554 

898 

648 

IftfH 
620 
(.',47 
558 
839 
722 
851 



6,018 

4..SU1 
6, [86 
9,329 

s.i;12 

4 , ! I S I 

'1.177 
7,837 

6,641 

5,231 
4,945 

8,002 

5.248 
5,627 
5,848 

8,152 
7,280 
6,143 
5,807 
5,380 

5,794 



7,918 798 
71!< 



8,108 

9,764 

4,124 

4,121 
4,7W> 
5,290 
1,615 

4,140 
4,851 

7,134 

6,246 

;.,2i2 

1,784 
4,690 



812 
689 

1122 

4!KI 

7S-I 

Ills 

89] 

si'.", 
7(2 

1120 

825 
1018 

960 
941 

870 
920 



fremiti buildings ereoted la i*rj. 
t No report for U8& 



Grand total at Admission* [4.;..:7n 

Grand total of Discharges :;<, 

Grand total of Distills (;r,,lll 

Mortality 14 per cent